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The Florida star

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Title:
The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Star
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Publisher:
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
April 10, 1908
Frequency:
Weekly
regular
Language:
English

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates:
28.591111 x -80.82

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Abstract:
Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
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Preceded by:
Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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B FLORIDA STAR



;-XXVIII TITUSVILLE, FLA.,FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1908 NO. 51

1Not fos Ousselfes A-1oIe, 4tt foos tle (ood of Othes Also.

OF T.l. SEDATE MODELS ',
OF TE SETE OES LATEST NEWS Special Sle at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP
-11YFon ELDERLY MEN
RESET WEE a AND INCIDENTS AND PERSONALS
ot only pmrvide the newest things M-Y- APRIL 13, 19N. S l t t Int fomen but take good care i l R. &G. corsets, in the latest style, et~il Ibe01M t D upi r Ttu 16 Potal" to Ri oft edr onS as wel r lUlll aw rL tlmadeo agood qualityof coutil, .yp.
? hgv AOli t Tm Non wh h,~mldn't Iook 1l ln gd rg worth $150, Monday's special illea SThey C ed Go
,Mrew Ih4 p Pnch d tent Digs. 2 tand maturity set ofi Dr. Miller, Dentist, Titsville. R. & G.tapegirdle, withgartersat Th prettiest linof Panama hats Wl l 5 cnts, at the odotJ the mo etd, if you Follow the crowd to the Banner Drg tached, special 49 cents each. own on the east ot 5.00 each a ar sper s-why not look t? Store for cold drinks and ice crem. Bleached readymade sheets, B 2x9 o '. M y Durenhasbeen very Ourstockof soes for men, boys, Mr Rufus Robbin worth 75cents, special centseach. We are glad to state that Mrs.
s ckh rMr. Rufus Robbins was at home White bedspreads, extra large size, W. T. Mather. who has bees very ill i w ekand w ehopehemay womenand children is complete in thlatter part of last week forafew arsellaie, pattern, worth $2.00 for several days is onvalesing. every respect. All standard makes, aays vacation from Stetson univers- I= npe 1 Mr. Adhe ar Bradyas been quite
1ae. W Stones attended the doble guaranteed. Good quality of unbleached domes- Mr. Adhemar Bradhas been quite t o of missions at f want the estat thcall most Mr. H. Faust and family and Mr. ti, yard wide, special 13 yards for ik the pst week with an attak of looks= and Mrs. W. enasn have roo r in .w the grippe, but is now convalescent, SNelty St-is selling goods of WINSTON S. BRANNING one of the Tayloreottagesadvertised Bleached cambric, 36 inches wide, we are glad to say. itst Ca i -amie i Pget Up to- Date Clothing House in THE STAR last week. The other extraquality, worth 12 cents, Mon- Miss Edith Paterson arrived Satf M. DC so. Ao cottage is advertised for rent in our day's special 10 cents per yard urday from Philadelphia and has
Jefflld ona Carruthers G. A. Tisille, Florida issue this week. We will also place on sale about I rooms with Mrs. Corwin. THE STAR Carl a Beside Heath were bap- 2.000 yards of figured lawns, worth received a pleasant call from Miss ti a en Sunday night and received Titusville Hotel Company vlr. and rs. wa n o a c n- 15 cents, special 10 cents per yard,. Paterson Monday.
Mliey who haveTbeen herefon anwex- Mondyre sler hie ta hptit church. A stock company. to be known as tended visit with their daughter, White lawn40incheswide The four weeks' revivalservicesat
Mr. LIa. a junst com- the Titusville Hotel Co., has been Mrs. J. R. Walker, leftSundaymo worth 35 cents Monda's special 19 Sunday the Methoditst which reult came to aose ltll ane~t out in front of started up in town the past few days. ing for Birmingham, Ala., where cents. roSunday night, which relgous feelin am er lotin South Tituillewhich It is proposed to apply for charter they will visit two of their sons. Children's lawn bonnets, hand- rousing revival of ligious fWeel. Sahout 00 fet in length. and incorporate with a capital stock somely trimmed with Valecie in this town. Rev. W. W. MCo Drf $25,000, to consist of 50 shares of r Chs. Enright leaves to o e abr wth en is now conducting a similar revival heJ. RKill of this place, par vane of $100 per share, fifty, per row for Stillmore, Georgia, about 70 lace and embroidery, worth 50 cents, at Cocoa
laute Idn River Yht elabct of the stock to be ad in ithin miles west of Savannah. where he Monday's special 39 cents.


adal'h I shipe t just S- This company has been organized Set of six Edison batteries for sale Monday's special .9 per dozen (6 down the coast with Capt. Jack LafWe call special attention tothead. Indian t iver hotel prompertyfh B q at od o e hurst befor reurn n o teh. reL~rrr cc~tll~r ywet h 3ds from date of subsiption, has accepted apoitioninaieoae- Pe uale, iinhes wide, worth 75 Dr. Walter M. Fleming, of New


S lance in ve installments tory aichis o ned byisnc. It cents, special 49 cents. e York city, an eminent physician, and Ta mber Co. in which they 3D0 rgh the efforts of Dr. tspossible athe new arrivals in 16. of last week Rogers1847kniveandfors, guar- Mr Rob't. Fulfor their home afterwho we qutn very low price S. el t an agreed price o f $6,0 mily00 ll follow latnd is very much Whiteor o years, usual prith 20 cents6.00, spending several weeks he ry gads of p lmber. as the Property ow stands let withthe places much so special ceMonday's peial per dozen (6 down the coast with Capillm. Jack af-ng
S a ill it s p osed t e 1r, e will ivest he in Boy's kneropety White pants madras endless assortmen ut bee tore guest of her friend, north. sakestobdtlginen oirh h ee ofertc ao nellentqualityof worsted, worth 75 Mr. H. Spillman andhis sister,



you get themtoes- 150 of stock among the mereh- and is one of the incorporators of of patterns, specially good for shirt- C B Kingnan, while Mr. Spillman tmate n your lumber ant ad business men of Titusville the new hotel company. waists and shirtwaist suits, Monday stopped at Palmhurst hotel.
sMel wb nt and commence the improvement of
Mr. BafuMeL Ro ts wen the property about Ma Ist for a WANTED-Pool table, must be in 25 cents per yard. ountin and hanging outfit alilmdnd, where he is a stdent grd o~aing next fall as a first first claus condition and cheap. Give Mail orders promptly filled on any Sodayrups for ntais and charging outfit. i terms, conditions ad particulars. L., of the above goods. ister and warmer. Apply to Box 103, at abas university, to St. Agna- el, modern hotel with all up-to- ere of ST offce. Juus KuE. Titusville. roaster d rmer. Apply 10, thin the earl part of last weeto date conveniences, such as elevator, ca of c A. I. a tae inthe done de aoo ceeb electric lihts, baths, telephone con- Church Notes Attention Citizens! A hemeeti gof the Indian River "s. He came down Iriday after- nection with all sooms, etc. Yacht club Thursday of last week, noon for afew days' visit with the A large share of thestoek hasal- Rev. Wm. Stones will preach atln I mean every one of you. Listen! Mr. A. D. Merrill, commodore of iia folks beforereturning to his ready been subscribed and the deal dianola on Sunday. April 22th, at The one crying, bawling, squalling the Jacksonville Motor Boat club, will be consummated bat every one 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. need of our town is a hotel. I want was elected an honorary member of owning property in town will be so- There will beservice in the Epismeo- it. The town wants it. We have thisclubbyunanimousconsent. The Real Estate Changes Hands ied take some stock in the om- pal church at Merritt, on the island, over 40 subscribers for the stock Indian River Yacht club expects to Mr. P. SBattlehaspurchased two pany which will be guaranteed to Sunday afternoon, April 12, at 3:30. we want just 100. We want more, hold a series of motor boat races at lob en Washington avenue south- pay 10 per cent or more. Dean Robottom will conduct the ser- it is this: Every subscriber, male this place on the Fourth of July. w tthe high hoolbuildtinfrom Now is thetime for the people of vice and preach. and female, everyman and woman Comodore J. Lorillard, Jr. of Mr. C. A. Gardner and expects to our town to come forward and help that has no idea of subscribing, to the Indian River Yacht club, of this eeka cottage on ume shortly an enterprise that will do more for Dean Robottom will officiate inSt. meet tonight at Wager's editorial t ave a l is two lotasrenieely located (n the town than anything that cal pos- Gabriels church, Titusville, on Sun- room and talk and listen, tonight at plac expect ts have an auxiliary edthemlotsaeornerlot) ed on- sibly be done at this time. If we day morning, April 12, at l:00and 7A30, A CrIZEN. for f ut this tw e fe t
tute e of the m t d ble ros- can raise half the stock in town we in St. Marks church. Cocoa, on Sun- epeciall adapted for shoal water am itin that oton are assured that outside help will day evening at 7:30. Citizens Meeting Mondayfor shoal water sitesinthatportoftown., area d and provided with home comforts.
Befor leaving forhihmeinNew take the balane. Rev. lobe will oficiate in the Pres- ns m meetg was held T motive power will bea three Hampshire Wednesday Dr. F f. Bh terian church Sunday evening at at the court house Monday night to cylinder Palmer-Moore open base two oLeianen bought the south half of Sheriff Brown Captures Thief 7:3 o'clock. Sunday school at 3 is disuso wnm Pritchet iver front lot, between After tracing him all over South the afternoon, and prayermeeting at on call of important t. ittrs. p- ce motwho
I A. Rathban's and Mrs. J. Florida, Sheriff Brown succeeded in 3 Tuesday afternoon. on callof Mayor B. the Wilson who
was elected to the chair, and Town Eater huit nec? Older no ald
'a properties, upon which he arresting Chas. King at Fort Pierce Dr. F. Pasco, formerly presiding Clerk J. P. Wilson as secretary. be read Measures taken.
b erect. a concrete cot- afew days ago charged with stealing elder of the East t district, now Thequestinsof finance and expen- de b t, ks baskets tle the fall. Mr. and Mra. R money fr the old blind grapho- editor of the Florida Christian Ad- dGtules were touched uS afteST Fre Y GOS a b1n and their daughter, Mi Fran- phone man who was on the east coast vocate, published in Tampa, and also which the subject of organizing a -Fve-d a er. d heardsr, w$. eg, will then become permanent afew weeks ago. King, it is said, state president of the Epworth lea- stock company for takingoverthe In- i Screen cloth by yard, or roll $ Sreddets of our townandwill admits taking a sum of less than gue, will preach atTitusvilleSunday dian River hotel property and im- I Cs. A. GARDNER. Phone be wel omed as uch. Mis $200.00, which constitutes a crime of at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. in the proving same was taken up. I 's health has been very petit larceny, while the old man says M. E. church. You are cordially in- Messrs. Geo. M. Robbins, E. L. I Ladies Guild Entertained grmstl improved by their stay here it was about $60.00, which would vited to be present and hear one of Brady and Dr. J. S. Daniel addressed Mrs. (eo M. Rohbbins entectai d thie winter, bring it to grand larceny, the most learned men of the state, the meeting at some length. The: the Ladies. guild at her subu! han city dock question was also discussed
e Monday Offerings of Men's The Van Amburg Shows Special Summer Hotel Rates but the meeting adjourned without o their do e seated urren nT,, taofntheirddoobieseattd norrponcmat
Clothing The Van Amburg shows exhibited For the summer season Palmhurst taking any decisive action upon mat- edthe ladis and also the Rev .-hn
Men's Ki Ki trousers, made by here Wednesday tolarge attendances hotel will make special rates for table tor" rought u before it. W. Walker out, but it being the col
Sweet-Orr, the name alone is aguar- both afternoon and evening. It was board to town people and to families, f the afternn when they r-turned tantee of Al quality, worth $2.00, the largest and best show that has Regular families stopping at this ho For Sale Cheap the younger and more energet. si
special $1.49 ever exhibited in Titusville and the tel can have their own private table. Sail boat outfit, mast (spruce) ~2 of the party preferred to take lte
Men's blue serge trousers, worth equipmentis superb. Fine bareback- Rates as flluow : Is, b m fe-t, ga 13 feet, w- pleaant walkf amile while, the ,
$4.06 Mondayspecial,$3. per pair. riding, the wonderful performances Table board per week (21 meals) $5. sprit 9 fet, hops, jaws and irons om- active one returned in the uj ry
Men's undershirts, made of an ex- of the Japanese tots, the herd of (14 meals) $4. p l ai nici and jibneary ne.. The ho,,ste assisted by th .-urg
cellet quality of lisle thread, long, trained elephants were the best of and roo,m. $7. gatan w 're i tstay, pl nd nt!emen present, Messrs Jnv W.
or short sleeves, worth 75cents. many remarkable feats. The shov I LssEy & Co., proopietolrs. a tc St l:n Adite. aA alktr l arI,, Petr and us
Monday's special, S cents. gave big value for the admits ion and a, e R ns, e dlii
Men's nainsook shirts and shortfulfilled every advanced promise. Bargains in Trees no ntiL and all enjoyed a ldeb'l iul
drawers, the famous B. V. D.. $1.0 Pecple came all the way from 2 to For Sale Cheap
p I also pt on sale about003 miles distance t ttak in the how Fin, tot -- e ra t-fvrnit hu< For, Sl t aFor Ret
We will also put on sale about .500 Ish hand kdertle ric hdo-' are -. Wi-. Iore- -...pairof men's trousers, of medium I Enlarged pictures of vyurself or your cents ach. s 25 pe r 1i). burn an fuel or rubbish such asan be Ta ., .a :
and dark patterns, famous Crown loved ones given away free to cash cu- J. tEACH. Jickel p in orange grv. Just the ishc : -:
mLe, p'ce $2.5 to S6~ tomers limited quantities to applied. West Pa!m Beach. FIla. thing r irrigati-n Apply l aire I s ,
JULUs KLINE Call at Heath & Co's. store and they STA office
Tit ~ ill Fl w will be pleased to exIlain full particu- ood For Sale
Titusville la. pleas ed to eli fu partic Every Once in a While A cool drink at a cool pla. at -o d anO egn A I CocoaTows Lot For Sale necessary to give a little benefit in MANDY i et'S.n a an Cocoa Town Lots For Sale Orange and Grapefruit Trees the way ofa reduction in prices. When lainsion TlI F, !a
Cee Heights residence lots for saleo Growsnat Shih. ,Fla., o hih do ma reduction it s worth taking The Alpine Hotel
e stret opened up from river to Ihickory hammok. Fr-c from white iad-atago of. Tt. t e Titusilae Fla., F -. V c..a For Long Lease
Hiead. igh dry, healthy location, !fly. One year to two year old buds. ith lA r ice on lleshtal ager. On the European plan furn- At I.. h ..n Indian rir,
4 iltes walk from station, line view Prices from to 35 cents Careful- rk cet re-eramelin I am now ishd rooms and quick lunch. Cen- nt-t- tacrcs attached. sBearing ,es ri water. Lot 0x9fee y packed and deleredat ak Hill n that for one third Is than you trally located. muranc. apetruit, tangert i,
A~L _,o Gc Cstaittdn rJ .stion. J.W. G IF. l, can get the work for in Chicago or rew - - o.sioa fw os uec chc,,.
Caes [Shiloh, Fla. .York. Extracting 50 cents mstead of For Sale Cheap For Cash (toi location for try and ch't."
.-- $1.00. About 88 acres of good high land -n farm, a; o boarding house in -mt r Dwelling for Rent A cool drinkat acool place at Gold crowns' Iought tomake apeck the eator ocean sideuf the Indian river Full irformatins aply this office.
Same with 7-Tma, inluing diing MANDY'S. of them at the new prices. Same way at the Narrows, described as follo-: Photograph Gallery
-d kit, .. e -h fo- it-- mith artificial teeth. big break from Lot No. 3, section 35, alsolot No. scgtwsla .eu. Wellrtpr-ss--I Draying former prices. tion 36, in township 31 south, range (;io to Faust. the phtographr, or lit a a Ro omra dlad sy g inhugofall kisds prompt- Nxt two weeks is the time to make east. This land is unimproved but fine- Julia street, for artutl phutu. Al se .ellast neighh s.. Ad=r. attended to Meet all trains ,ocnr. rontaris. Youanuaeppoit- ly Iocated. For further particulars -ad work first las and promptly attenredl c. ewurn n i Cbsas. H.e lr. no-x etby mail. DR. MILLEi dress E. M. Low. to. Crayon. pastel, water culr aid
Ttwnv" le FIa. Titusville, Flu. Titusille. Brockton, Mass. oil paintings a specialty.













THE FLORIDA STAR rae

Killed a Riam
(Mimi New-lteeord)
a Rig N I K. RKoberls, a remt of Iesmon Th.eis no 11 FoIR FLOR of ies ie ae City, was idned Sunay afternoon in T wM by

Wt I I nwle s o w as nng away. the
Ypi of The.l I.- to ce *F Roert was caght btenth ht ote
S = Th rfect as cra the kidaeys wheels of the wagon and thrown heav- alipt ad e y pit hey winose The lrst pipe oran to he installed N tit r ry rls follow. ly to the ground, receiving bruises evay man desiring comfortn Lakelando is a-w in ue in the Moeth- oDo' Kidaey Pillar mad i for idl in the face and a fracture of the skull shd at rish t pces.
S edigh church in that town tl Lemoos, eigareaser livigat 1311 which caused his death shortly after
Gaeenor lrwNard has unonced Ashley MTati, my I ne the accident Dean. Ktdney Plus eed they od sof thaccident
that be will be a canddate for United backRahe nd disoder of the kidneys Two Mr. Roberts and George Gwynn States Senato in the coming primary. three tsm on eean ot toe mt i were retiring home from Little Ri.
- a V Goa-blete tow ork r er and the hore became frightened Two Jack onville men.Van Gae day. Tbh. rt of thekidrmy el
vy 0d. dnarhin ete anolvdit and started running. Their efforts to i aeii etart re turina In a ae tie deyofb. I tote d oieeorihe oseist- stop the animal proved useless and what seemed lihep ela aof tedie and I Mr. Gwyan shouted to Mr. Roberts to alrt t o. plre. het nothing helped ma jump ot at the sme time maLLn a
S Street paving to the amount of s until got Dt's Kidneyt th ne time kingh
advice of a friend of mine and asing them ae- leap which carried him out of the wagabout $400,00 has been authoried bY crding to direction theycared ma ve on safely. Mr. Roberts attempted to Sil sO P.N 93 i i l S1IU1
S the ity cuncl of Penacola Brick hort tie."
wil be need entirely. For l. by IIal dea ts. Prios soO oelt Jmp but not being very agile and the
rk een cen ced o r-ib to., Blo, New Yorke waonbouncing up and down, he lost
WL hUann m .eed agthe f the Uited aoas Rinember the his balance and fell between the J U L L IN E
-: erection of the new Main Street Ba nae-eDam'--d take no other. wheels.
tist church in Jacksonville. The -- His death was a shock to the people building will cost $0.000. The Giichrist Institute, erected in of Lemon City, as he was well known
Shipments of fsh from the port of Tampa largely through the generosity to everybody there. He leaves numPsnta Gorda for the week ending last of Hon. Albert W. Glehrlt, wui dedi- emous relative a great many of whom
Teday ammnuted to three aroads heated in Tampa last Friday. reside in Key We t.
In bulk and 145 barrels, aggregating The premiums won at the State FLORIDA EAST COAST RAIL
101.000 p d& Fair at Tampa cannot be paid until *nerallydebilitatedforyess. HadsiFk
Glaeaville's new city directory i the Fair association gets the $15,000 hdLOCAL CA No. COkeECTEbitio, FEBAwo 5.
alt ree-dowe. .Batdosw Bloedtitte made LOCALTIME CARDNo. 74. CORRECTEDTO FEBRLtARN, ST IS seed by Jesse li, Borts, shows that appropriation voted by the legislature. me a well wonm a"-Mr Cteba Freitoy N 99 29ONS. 7 o. 7 I
Gatjee lle has a population of 7,335 News has been received at Taullha Mooep Cone. Daily Daily I Daily STAT Diy ,a9 7
as agalast a popultion of 5,245 to 9see of the death f Hrdy Church Dl 0 0. 1 t
u~ al Paltflo~ of S,245th05see of the death ot Hardy Church Ipm l to a ..........
an caerease I three years of 2,081. Croom, the younger of the two sons of Estimate of Crop, oL pm t P r a......... olr
At at early hour Tuesday morning Hon A. C. Croom. State Comptroller. (St. Peteraburg Independent.) Iao2 m ia pm am Lv rm ....
the posetofe at Quiney was entered The young man passed away at Den- The following in the estimate of the 5 pm m I
crop to beshippedfromhere within As 31p 1z 12 I L
by inrglars, the safe broken into and ver, Colorado. Saturday morning aged crop to be shipped from here within sem ....m... 101L,,
$300 worth of stamps and 550 in mon- 2 years the next few weeks,. and Albert Wil .. t i
:' ey stolen. There i no clue to the The trackers in the vicinity of Mar. ton, the manager of the St. Petersburg 10am 0 o 1 0 I'r ... .
robbers. tin, Marion county, are preparing to Vegetable Growers' Association. has 7T.m s m t 1' 1 r
lakeland wa visited by a serious plant about three hundred acres in written the commission men to get of- 101o1 117pm 0 ...
coadagration Thursday night, fire de cantaloupe, three hundred acres in fers f. o. b. for the produce: 3.500 110m ... m
stroying more than half of one of the Ibeans and between three and four hun barrels Irish potatoes, 100 acres water o pm IA.. .....
city's business blocks. Among the asu- dred acres in watermelons. melons, 1,000 crates beans, 4,000 PALATKABRCE4 ferers was the Lakeland News which A law and order league to be known crates beans. ,000 crates tomatoes. Les EAT P PAT Al BRACt P
managed to get out a fire extra. as the Dade County Civic Assoctino 1.000 crates squash. 500 crates celery, Ev* TO PALATKA Prrva Ivo PALA .
The Colonnades Hotel property at has been organized in Miami. It is the 500 crates beans. 4.500 crates eukes. 20i T AL .. L LS
Seabresee ha been sold by Jacob Im purpose of this organisation to asist n n . .a
tich to D. J. Johnson and Willitam the authorities in enforcing law nd amount o the finest cabbage some 12 pm D ::
Gray of Untotown. Pa. The consid order and doing away with the crimes egg plant, etc. etc. etc. m t
eration is said to be in the neighbor- and vices that exist throughout the An explosion of gasoline Thursda 1SAN BRATEO 1ANCI
hood of $30,000. county. night at Egmont Key at the entrance Leve r EAST PALATKA Ave Le.e sN K. ITL I
Fire in the hay and grain room of J A Oice piece of taxidermy has just to Tampa bay upon which Fort De pE TO SAN MATEO I o EAST PAL
H. Mclaurim and Companys big ware been done by Paul Clark for Geo. Otis Soto is located resulted in the destruc- To S EO
house In Jacksonville. did between Draper, of Hopedale, Ma5 It is ation of three buihlings at Pilot station.n
$4,000 and $5,000 damage early Sat- panel on the upper half of which is prlobbly fatally burning Mark R ,an. NAYOT
urday morning. The blaze is supposed the head of a 13Olb jewish with a 50- a soldier, and seriously burning Capt [ l OMANH
to have been the work of an incendi- ponbd grouper head on each side. The Ira Washington. a pilot. The fire e ph o00I ary. lower half of the panel is taken ul wa, chethd beore the fortifications t a pm i
Stephen elton, representative with a full length 62-pound amber jack. an oicers quarters awere endanger- ll
from Dbval county in the Florida Leg- Thseh were allrcaughtin one morn- ed. No.1 N oreacityr n b
hsatore for several sessi-on, died at igI fishing by Dralcer with rod V Iy ., : ; i
O'clock Tuesday morning at s and reel. The panel isa tine aouve- Isa O eair Steo. l3in I I Lv Neon. '
Om in Jae n ile after a long ll- nir.--T opical Sun West P lmto Beach. The readeol, thi o l i b e ylch, :d. II=m otLv 1 ., I. tcOr lle 11 v 2 :
IsinI Jacasonvlle U Ih. ei 0rr i c ,]t a o iafudl cop 1111 Ar Or-p. ,1 II:T. l : :,
eas. The funeral was hel Thursday Postothce Inspectors E. D. Beatt, di that hcill IIIu bIle to nuTee i nil1 i s tc nod t ihal i I Satrrh. Hal, a i e A=h t pofh P dl .
afternoon at 3 oclnk. Fred Rdgers and A. Dritton visited L"h tCu is tb l oitiv l iol (..olo. me at i .t nok r- r r I e I i., l
P. A. Lewter hipped a numer Key West last Wednesday and arrest- Itth mdito l frtit rI r tao h bu r* a t
T Ioday or D. Robe rt, .a-ling cl h el ile l dilllc i rdistao. 14101.C ,Th e TIM. TABLE, ho wteirthlllo i.oo itlllt C r t u0 . banana plants to alifo rnia tod ay ed ae S er. maii ng clerk, io i t r nrr i r ,t ootr d. orh h.. Com l i ... l ..
They were of the Harts choice variety nd Charles Lambias, stamping clerk t a aerully, a li r Il u tile ilr c ,. nCe do r t.o.
and were very fine. The Orlando ba Roberts being charged with detaining thrcby dlstalryig the foundation ,fthc, di- u laf to atm O"
plants are becoming famous ad letter mail, and Lambias with robbing ei. and ii the patient trth i J.D RAHlNER.Assistant tieneral Pass. f. ST ALt.L. l I t I >,I ll.
teplento A eo l e huiiu up h -ti huih rlti 0ptl t our growers will soon establish qite the oails. A decoy letter wa se nt latuca t t. il or. Tohe ynp lrl.
trade in this fruit.--Orlando Report- through the offre, which caused the hlce0 010, h 1ih h it 'tlle.lwcr t ht t he ,lf- (Ihe Hullvtrld ]s,l a fo y
Star, arrest. Roberts was held.under a t t tb it fail o itr l l, alit f t a20o bend, and Laombia under a $It' iImtlitalV.
Theargest ahoany bnd to await trial at the May ter vi h, I E -i NT.l.
brought to a Floda part, 1oo Onlead1
ed at Pensacorla a few days ago of th nited States crt Hil h i the British steamer Venu, entered tounciiman Henry T. Grant o- Sher f s Sale from Belize. The vessel brought lben Siending serial das at Iqng is M re Than
three thousand immense logs, consign los atp, -sen miles r o hr ,1 ,t I fI l I l i ed to the C. C. iengel tonlpany of in the Everglades, returned W ed.s un. Flr o ll. II Im W al L eo uls vile. K y. d y ni Bght. h i ut to eel.. ai t .tl i n lo h ., . Ia. .... .. i t .
SFri Pt towI- UI ti t l t S W. H. WooVd & Son who are in tie I. aglulltull tooibilitll .1 th1, Otlatlt wUs e-ll I ii h, ht ,L ,
celery baslness on f. wlal salh thI isL N M ENT
earn lshipid their irs ery last Saturday. It contained 3' t. t L n1.ut,,.i ultt1 ttn L
crates and was grown on a little Is IN iW In ll ,. TI; t,. ,tl ,tt T
then one third of an acre It wa* ITT, ;oi 't LINIM'T H h
beoght by tMr. Abner Wilson f the I N IMil I. i i, ,'' ltNi,,l, l i
m of Wilson Bro.. the Micigan I,,. T- T., .. . .1h
ery men, for St. aouis parties. dir sm wr ka n,.1 6 11 rhA N D
Wlson says it was the finst elar t'tro lt ht tht [ tI. of (Itr pr, 1 ll.w aih. W. edi. t a W
celery he has set-n in FItridl.,. a1d Ol Ca]. 1..1l .. ,
T ,t t, ,, ,,. ... , .... v IT.Il l Balard'. Snow Linm et SI i0.nd Rt ord. t1l ii.mhetsH t t i n rthorris i, 5 ts ou r
l w aterw ay w h c n att ntion F u d wh r b .th.u n r U el.. l -.. T ; i a n d all C Irie th a t Ilfl S L U M I S ir t .
The drrdgrbaat Flor a I lt n lu t jal I lE S t i scayn b
in this port last fallisnow at work on ;, in,, n ,:,,l, Lu i-c,Lus ..:, I i .
l Inldin rier. Shobhasbeedc.i. ,.. One W ho Knows...I
ening the canal which conels los- 1.5iI ltl i1: 1 \Il.i -.On o ; ,i Kno.s
quito lagoo and Indian river and ,. tSlo ,., and Recd by
when the work is fnisbed there will ;T, 11 .00 P-, I;
be five feet of water in that place TIle n;I I I -,'i vi ll P r n y a
Florida has also done some work in h,,
will e a great help TO the b .........h *,1"'T .... ... .... Robbins & Graham Co, GNS

l who u that ro .l ) g Th e Ti,,t a th ,r r
S. ,ar nhib rth, Floia ,llin I. w orkEUEA I I IO idl a ha.. i Bta,, f Sh,w Liniment Co.
EUREKA: This costpany o, Is, lind ill the 50 51 5.' 5h ou id SI, :!ar bev tn qlh 11;t .1 ill the in Yes. I Have Found it at Last I \e
ai ew He1 0 Indianb river COuntr. on the St.
n. Lucieriver. atNew river andon ST. LOUIS, MISSOLI
The Florida i il l d I. Ie i ll t 011. 1: I, ,II. lll: t 11 /i ll : .1 itLal- u t Biscayne bay
na1 s audol ustslttlii*, ill tI+. citan ITT It i ,,In ll ,-ll., li THi, thE TIMS
A uels but her ti.n i l is bt. It-ll. elet... I i "- A. l.... PRICES TO SUIT THE
Pwrul suli.on pumps wih al Sold .and Recommelid by
ulsedl in dredging out san05 h-;.11,, lt ITSIl 11 P-arnmah y arts~
liami Newl-Recori. Ehlt-., 1i e,, FFI t -1 a n or r1U Stcog-s rIUsIo,-






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edge and postives mnoc from me paratns that seek to do basnaes 10 1 buner Toin. that Ir I em elected goerao I wll Florida mot he made to understand !7 % asaeter U a ioulyg not hbe intfanced or controlled by any that they cannot treat our courts with ml Willeho have exacting dt orporation or Interest r by any man contempt nor will they be permitted prt ette I the way of house or faction and that I. and I alone, will to prerent our people from obtaining b at In al dutie sad fames be governor of Florida, nd I will not justice by entailing upon them ex- tad their street be a puppet I1 the hands of any ma. u Istre litigation in the United States ti nh. P1 faction o olrporatriom. nor will I betourts. Jertmt p1c hs prod shod the trader or head of a fatoin. The right of a stat to revoke the too ma a Stand Squo-ely on My Rford a. Rail- lis or this c .ae is tno lnger le a ,mrrle. i e tiue road Commissioner. IIoted Iuetion. it having been full) o I i I stnud suarli by my record o u tind in thieaes- of Doyle vret su e mi i s the railroad -mllission. and no ma the Conti l oIrance comPany. h tobe cou show that I plisied anything in i. ': c.rurity 'Iutual Life Ian
the interest of the ople that was pIli- siramo, t-Ot ny aga itst Pruitt. 20f 7 d time. The'FavoritePreripil. ile It di .ne.. ietr the law. .. a.ro gre a, tbo .to...petant
Therrre three members oan the Each Railroad to Have Accredited mother by preparing thesystem for the commission. oand one man cannot Representative In Florida.. ming obaby.thereby rendering childshape and direct its policy. Whatever I favor the passage iof a law require birth safe, eay, and aimat p e0. the krlulisin,ll did I assisted them to ing eahl railroad dling business io h Farin mid. -pleca that Dr. perOt do and aill entliltll to whatever credit state lf Florida to have all narlite favorite medicine. against ahich e mtor the coninissioners individually or eo- cmpre ,itaive residing in tile state intelligent people are quie naturally lt il c-ily may receive. For whatever lhoi-hall harv full aauthoril to ljusl aver,, beca,,t of the uncertainty as to it ailn tio Ido an entitled to my oil Ilift-re O-- ariing IMtw In thie pe theircompositionand harmlocharacter, Share of bhatre if ay attach. I as- Ile ltf tl stile mtid lihe railroad which but is a mIDICIo i or o OW CoMRPsI lstted in drafting every new rule and be rtp-retnut. This will prevent a ios.a full list of1li it hngredintbeir regulation of the eoltlotnls and all rati deal f frit-in, and the p.opli printed. inpllo Englih onv onry butler anmemnl.nt thereltol,. and an exmilna- will get cUd re-lief for tan* wriu wt p lr An erainationotf this list of toll of those adopted and amended which they lay havile lstiiulsl from Ingr lienttill ditche the ;t that it I non-ali,,holicn n i comyitilotin, clienicwhile I was on the commission will lte railroad. ally pure. triple-reimid glycerine taking show that there Is not a ingle one Exorise of Pardoning Board. Ihe lnce of the commonly u.ed alchot Ih" e ti te In itt make-op. In this onnOOtion it that wau net il the inltn t of h Il,- The I-wer to grant partills to per may not brouof place estate that the ple and in rIrther restraint if the bow- ltr t-t-n it ed of (rime should e e- "Favorito Presription of Dr. Pierce is ers other ilrds. eri-,i itll the greater t inldence. the o medicine put n for the ren o Constitutional Rights and Duties of tod if tleeltet I will give the ost mont and "e d through druwggind ali Governor. I-r,,al atttltl I lil petitions for te icgredient of which have the nNo t i g. l ttigh or ~i~o plarlts il holid tself stril ac animo e ndoreme nt o ai the leading frll t mtlicl writers atd teachor al tho utol I, v estl ibe p or te eo l h oople for all paulons..acols of prtie td tha too hlte tile la w r -inle Itili "li ly to i ras m dit- for the litment fr Which uprenl If et-d g lvltinorI will State nsane Asylum "Favorlte ,P rptm i cOlmietd Sf "d t In-I I"I'A little boo I th-ooralr-mett- l1 oley the hlw ill tl minui t matters itheelre of ti' in d i Ian be sent to any addre.st ot-paid, and as well au in he r grealtel atl obtlere oe ofl the most ltared duties of th t Ibsolutelv fil if you reqinut same by It as Ill ly as shall ei-l it to 1 governorlle and I -hall advocate any leg- tal rard or letter,of Dr. R. V. iero e. JEFFERSON B. BROWNE obs ervd by the richest ir the lilsr Islation which will tend to the comfort o. Pi Pleasant Pelets c.re con l- eritizn M\ore than this. I will .*ey and welfare of thosl unfortunate ert itipation. Constipation is the cause of the spirit as wll a the letter of tile sons whom (Cood in his Infinite wisdom elany di seat Cire th, cau, and Vou P la f law. trf .t exetltir cntl..t o.t has deprived of their reason and wlli m the deaae. W yt taske acd.
th exlpllpe if tring hiit f abloe the give to their onditiot my most scrulaw atnd exlw r to build up a law abid pulous prPsoual coiideration. Lakeland'a Berry Shipmerits. Ing iiliz-lloil (L..and Net.l The -otlitltin of Florida provide: I have ndertalk, give you an The past be) hi "TIe pier If the govellllt'lt i th e l of oor:me: o I. : The past wee k berrt shipment J state (:f FI.rida shall I. illt, will adv-a.1e iu my l:_ stg_ to in. have I I healer tha. at any time three dopartltent-legilative. exeur legislature if relecrd governor and previous during this season a tutal CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR. te aind judicial-and no person prop. trust that my views on goverutnle-tal ofl 25 refrigerators having gone out erly belonging to one of .he depart- matters meet with your I lll oal. Tilh up to last night amounting to upwards ments shall exercise any powers ap- IudidatCe are lbefre yor ,u it choose ll of 20, 0U quarts. The price., while pertaining to either of the otheb ex- from. and I shall nti a Ittept tu de Clear. Positive and Without Evasion or Dodging f rept l caseelrel provided for ly tract from ny o the other gteen ot quite so hih a last eek, rea
Any Issues--Not the Candidate of Any Faction. th ootf ttt A rthfe wkhi offer tbe .lu e for tie pilito n tisaor. the average net returns The spirit if this eaethen l p ro, ib- of po Iern r. I Xould not show k fit- 6 t to the grower beng 20 cents. Interest or Particular Business. itso ay interference by the legislative. ts for the osilltion of g-ern.or to The warm dry weather of the past executive or Judicial departmtents of prove them unworthy. and if I hae few da)s is having an unfavorable efthe government with any of the right nothing more to rnaunl mt lftt to tt on the fruit. both as to quaity l m tive FIlordlan. hban t ]Key of the adoption of the present llot or prermgatis of the other. and I re- you thl tn attack ii t ttnh I am and quantity. Unless a timely rain We My mother wl s born in St. system in Florida. and on the gortday grd thia inhlbtlion as most lmporllnt laor maerial Iut of thiih tqt i:lt* a Almetl In li and Is now Ilvog of the eauion of I0a I introduced a for the preservation of a true repub governor. I wuld nit willingly pilat lolls, shipments will probably tall off a Key Welt. My father was born inl eonerrent resolution providing for the Itn ofrm of government. a tholn in t a ltt' It t ollll. nr nu d the coning week Indications still VirglOin and came to Florida n 180. 1 ppolment lont ommnitee of Will Not Attmpt to Ditate to or Con- it add anything to Ith lte sfttnrkl,ii,tf iint to the season lasting until April e t r or both houea to whom shoud be rt ro t L uey nomination n Iknit thal :nI t r loth. as shipnients from Starke will S line tact a or of lhe served il hUla on the ubet of lt- the the Lectolrs ir, diItioi or iiait-. by irohabl, not e heavy until nthat ite J ph eeti that met 1 Is and was made ai man Itof will he my dluty and pleasure o n i orn probbl not be heay until that me Ad framed the constitution under committee and drafted a bill (S. B. reputed to lhe legislature l thrt- i n. ill Ia aL it fllnli t II though soe fruit ist going fro there which Florld was admitted to the Un- 2)which was introduced by me on measure". t I will lt attelnlt to t'it irll nipli an in this pirll now. The o erri a ain 15 May 23. 183, p. On May dittate ii the legislature what it hhoald i iil said to be backward. Oe t Le In the ruoat Anti- 25 I called It up. but after a long. I tr hold not dn. tr wllm I tirroally rtr eav inI itual hiplr hi urinl ma lotinw s F g t oll tt ; at f a y e r f the l a noe ir i ti i, t s m all Dtt l le individual l ship ees -luring aer oatded Fight of t1. hard Ight It was re omitted by tructlon tt legislature for or against any oeiour, into public life I have Intde a a atly of the week were the Reynolds family, I have attended every state oe of 12 to c tons ndg efor It. I shall ake my vrn ll affair y ad l who ent out .10 quarts on tince 18I ,. and my vote and my sctke ot sectlons proi ldl unlohs give myI reasons mysef ifn ml. dt-ree to porrom ith pilking: D. K Turner. 480 quarts; J wi alwayO onm the side of the voting by what Is known as the A. thereflr to tile legslliture. t7 he lt- dite of high tlto-e If t Orerrr 'p. taome. 27 quarts; Joe Smith. 270 mplin I8i1 s president of the tllon ballot system. 0 J. 17. l tlttin reqlirr. but I will Ilot t e good forine to lthai It. Ht m aI eM egs te I told with ty-le the eeed had Ie en sown. d the hoe _Itlhai llt it wout lnIed if Lhtion is grilhted by prltriipler awl I quarts.
bmn ad Bilat of the People of the state ftr I,r.tirrI l Itrvale rll en. onaptir tli tatre 1tt te-L'n A'
bet electol as v strong that i The intltatltlotn further say .."Tbv of my nnvhtiln of kinl ..itr Knoler at the attempt of the corporations w not long Iwfore it wos written in ornert,. r althei toae fIvey .k ther swn ni a. ah t I. IT in ky Pinyd or todomel te our polltit until l secesm the law. faithfully ezItec ed.--Arti-e 4. Sec Iulllic poliv of whi-h m h r r I d h ht yud br dilrteagl rowd ar effort by the election of First Advocate For State Regulation of tin 4. vitios atr not the lmansprin :lu t ,. thtli thirll bue titatl*l Irolt y.lir 5th1 grd old nommoner Wlkinmo Primriu. Is duties ao with the execution the lilfe lta -1f t ugou p fai t li Call. The corporations were deep in I wa the first to ad'nat state re- aid 1n,t with tlhe enactment of laws The p-lii.. hIh I w for If lyp irnh ato lrk L ai.l..ti-,u al were factors to be taken ulatlou of prinlary eltiou d ad int- I hall take -citl charge f the faith et ar inl t et only all Ir lah it Iwi tr s ogat 0 to every campaign. They dueed senate bill 123 "to regulate the fill ..eletioo f all laws on the stlatut higher in .l.d I .p.rP I. bring ,d ; O, itlv illr Ihar. i y aid h .
Sto every known potll art holding of party primarie., an l to loks. .Mae and t w1 t0 o or lit 1i.el o '.z n o d mm to win that fight, and many ptni Illegal voting and false swear Favors Law to Limit Candidate.. En- r, airlt hp g JH. n has a piuaple io h mie at the wtm.'* S. J. t13. nditre opl and from the aOdministrtionn of 0 ilil hi Sfo me not strong enough to the government to lnl0 0ra ca l arl that aside from being a -luoity
thirkevrtOres. Had tihe men tiaured by the ssandord oa t heor- pn r -mldt l tl o .k invetment li our sttan d r- has quite a hitory Jonim l adl a
emp tit atly-two b -cating athe primary end lo- thep: of a Ill tllit the lnltt ln that pro -ritv we o I ll do sailor well known to oil the 1-1.1 rs esple to say improper inloences, my record ais t and otrdnlg. Begin- le n tttibler h o .It einy n e burt I r et e m s o otil of India.n rvrl, bright iame I mneor. promi eaof polial ning with the uunrventln of 1tt t and **vary to thu pireer .atini of tih dri t .. e y I eI if olitl i iln 1 mlt ment and the alluring prospect in every state cotvTetion alse that Ii.r ....in ui ln. f the prl tai ir nl .lli pew n r thrests of political deatrc- trmnc- n the t stin late exeutve tulnl iull talli t the i t ti a t aid l te pr r iri.I h nton his place which is low ,i imthat ght would never have been tee anid lu legislative htlls, in eaon ooh h I l ity and .w relr 0 ir sat-t nd eo.l i, bi tiany rensi ca n ie wen by the people and those who and out of oawn- I have le. in.n th e onI0rea a Ii p tn t pol a.ii plr Tli it o tbob Iv i rte fought that good fight can be trusted forefront of the fight for the hpeol I n rets e n whi riyt p r lat If It-i vltt tit tal I, ... t ort Te nian ti lot od ghor tal a-h nhil h le. c- it i ok- nit ni. I er Y, clt-- i i biagtl t, 1 ad while they Ire to protect the intereats intere'.ts .alr lor b ur s a M w n ",1 ,. unet Sthe people. They were tried in the If I ,.re .ustclptibie to o.rpralti n .ti ininoir ttlty iti. i iti Bu h0ph T ih furnace of Ire and proved pure gold. inlldhlton or trl., I wtutt] hale t ri l U -t tti baa i l lIt Net a New Convert to the Cause of the giilttim ir tn itIIa t s uilll i 0u or willing to rll k a I:rl, i Ollf lo In' Neighborhood Favorite l in
Plpl to l otalI hem Ih who hdl\ r E l Chrh Ir liI I'
I al not a e ctuvert to lthe theory thi t re i o tohe exb i le IT prhhsin. t h, l i tl f trick Pih i- it i w h ritr, wh
th a t th e o i lld o t th e nkrl d a l i. I t .l ] a e a 1 te v e r nr w iitrel II l nlp t i t hl ,r i'd ta , l [ ki1 Ilt i tous shrill govern for I w., 11hiing hit Ia l ill][ not 1-1 Wth. Io hl f r ,t r i ,qll k h ,I the battles of the People against Ire- l reo of the I hleih' i-nl 1.l a ti.hyr ill i I nylld I.llI lltr ill i me duts id o n I inll lC.s .ag h- Not a Corporation Man or a Corpora : i, Itm npot ak a r li..ttll --.i I -t t, tore It becalle tile opuiltr side. tion Candidate. Pro hibitii on Have Always Favored Strong Railroad it pr ol iietin .. e f c i ir i ii i, ittr I -, S.fer g a;ld DIall trSv Commission. I' t a ni i li in t. m - tlor a1 ll i I)r' 1 l t tr
Front t my earliest pliital career I i I il n i e this USt, .
havt an a n-:it of a railroad a-; tl ln or I knw that Im;h lct ommis-sion aw and oted a n1 tll at- i h I I,, w l thlike stl w Iu;;;r of il- aI itt ight hin y tru k ,.n ish the rtIlwo d it 'o nisson in id Ilt w ats f itih

a i t tl r. t atl Iit- i i i l,, i;ll I lir,' ii I in i i ll 1 t e o a i l n t l L tilI i it I ii
U. eir that a. f it ui' aid 1 i llu i i'.- h I"v 'iut
isl ey i,, l .. ... ... ...the I~i ., it al l h, itl i I-h Uti,
ln heren ot b t a i I Corporations Transferring Cases From Iut ti.- i;nainto al the pl:
faornrd It repao 0ithat a ine lllrI illi iz- State to Federal Courts Should Be Lta Iwlti it, t o t he oam nU i slt I 0 abU t I t ib ld ,I i c i-,I r ,ll Soo I io, xded From tie State. to.s eill tr w k n am e dlleal Ily the apidntlment of o le whln i tt i- il nItl 11111' -,liud T I 0 1 , h -ail r rili I cn. is 111t.a a.riete. i
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they did t -ut. In tier to inert "i r l 't i h m il ti pIili, i t.bt obdu tion and for ilthe further rea- Ii .tI [il, u tl i l t, it ti m hi ilt -l. li hi r l i i ih l d I ug l l ,t T 0on that I ktle that the fu Wai) Lo i Ia; hlii riih a Iit i I FERS have an fewItive raitad rcomelaill Did Not Consuit With An Railroad t -url tn n w n .anc t was to mke iL electivre. I itrowted Man About Candiday a d i t .i 1 t tti w" ith the e -eption i-i tl --1 ai. senate bill 181 on May 8 providing fhr -I did 1n hioin sult wih : rai l o l
Tinl 1t1ht tin-it -aitii 1 t F.n.o0 nAll .et" IM"
cl.ag he cm nkionrs. i il an Or th ie r lrl-tai e any rai nal sIin o ui nI pased the senate, hobut failed to pas road with rfertilln e Itoecolila al il -- = L MIlMta.ae lbl. the home. didale, mill unhat.er ulppo.t. if an i a i 1 think that pil nr I Th. o SRmesd For Fair Elctitons. i I ro (ut or .l ther soulre the tae n a thoe fren o sand.f cdate- have t.n IT,
I wea mo the earltlet advocate must ome to tme with the cler knot nttndu





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aFaRa SR ft Wa bee e of the Inspector-General Union Veteran Letim
helical______ found everywhere
m-.. asm alonw the line by the above conres- Says. "I C o u d Prmma as a Safe an liable dici."

s. w... ,, .. r..ie Big Ekphant Captured High Officials and Prominent

PUmLIgmmr V T F AMO G Two big siphanta helonig to the Citizens
_________l ______ Van Amberg dreus. made their escape while being loaded on the cars at Live
Om Tuesday night of telast week. The Give Unqualified Endorsement
senu es r we following dispatch from Valdosta, dat- 0 Pe-ru-na.
Aplna*m ed Sunday tells of their capture.
awalwasau us wlae The two big elephants which eenan aped frm the enanmbe chress No Medicine in the World Can e last Tuesday night were roended up II Produce a More Impressive John Peeples' frm. seven miles from
S Thpoulitieal situation in Beard Jasper, last night and were later tak- Array of Testimonials, rea inn statuA lo. The are are no en in charge by four or nre men from newmanounl e entthisweek. Quite the drcui the regular keepers of the Every Testimonial Given in the afew of the andidates took lvan- big brutes taWag the lead in the cap te of the opportunity to visit our tre. ExactWords of the Testifier, town Wednesday (when crowds of The elephants were at large fear people were here to see the circus) days and nights and created no end of Terrible Case of Indigestle andtalkover the political situation terror in a section of country from Mr. Donald 1t .,' Jr.. 16 Wrtghto and fix up their political fences. twenty-five to thirty-fare miles across. Are., ors tit, Cnadai. puty So-!
pr'me Chief lner, I ndpndent Order
though the keepers claim there was o Forresters, writes: On Wednesday Judge Jonesgrant- not the slightest danger from the *'While on a visit to Ioston I mast ed thepetition in mandamus brought beasts, as they were perfectly tame. haveeatenmething that dt nt agree: by Jas. T. Sanders and F. B. Stdne- One of them, it seems, has the rn-. with my .tomch. s a terrible case of man of Miami, against the Dade away habit, and bha taken outings be- Irdigerstole folowid. Perun. was County Democratic Executive com- fore, though nothing like the last trip. recommtnded toim, i d after lag Ahro bw tee I mao e- 1iycared I ee
amittee to compel said committee to A Vadosta man. who was formerly therefore reoomlend Peruna to any one aggemble and properly reorganize with the circus, says that the ele- suffering with stomach trouble." and place the offices of judge and so- phants are easily frightened and that very Trace ofa Catarr Gns. icitor of the criminal court of re- acousts for their runaway. He says IMr. James P. Bracken,610 Tenth Ave., d on the official ot to be voted hey are mre afraid of a rat than Ner York City, N. Y., has oeoupied the COL. OMER they are of death and a panic can be oeof Wer I ctr of New rk a that county at the Coming pr- easily caused by a rat running among City for the past fifteen years. He Col. Homer Riggs. nspe'to.r enerlt on the I-f t
slary. them. A Lawades county man who asrie so extensive plumbag bus- mander of the iron Veteran Legion, writes f I n-s at 610 Tenth Ave. He is Post Washington, II. C.,aso Ii Work on theeounty road from the was i Live Oak when they escaped 1, puty of Grand Knights of Reigns "I thank you rys ,io fr ealln my anttl nt
southern town limit was commenced and who helped trace them the erst 'reli Council Kniht of Columbus, N. plasataindeffective tonic, cures and pl prevents night and the nest day says Y. Hewrites ac filiw: tofsaead.1o3astuponthelver. l -e L i lt week At present but two of they spent the first night toIn "Fr nearly a dozen years catarrh ha able medicine." the county teams are at work, al- a veritable jungle near there. bothered me in one form or .other. I thog several more could be used The next day the keeper caught up past winter, and have found Peruna crec. rta L to advantage. The holes in the road with them and apparently had them d ffeed h b- most be.dneorei andit, t ,tr ith them and apparently had them l oe ,,.t is the mornings M ippeare first filled up and then atop under good control, but the crowd tite was por. and I did not seem to it ba done for miit dressing of marl is applied. The came up and they ran of again. They relihb my food. Indigestion bothered Raeieves MIed aed odn. t o e marl is hauled almost two miles- then went into a large lake and swam me at times lsa. t it."r me1 lA I i re, from near the county home and six across it. leaving their pursuers be- at aas d rid ol take Peron, dt former C(ly len Baik lli t T-a: Whlv t leit leads constitutes a day's work for a hiln. In that way they got entirely o ce i tws drl cmt Hir Cege my cure was almost complete. Today write i Ic team. F. K Stone is in charge of away from the keepers and later a there is not trace of catarrh in my "When body and mind alik r ere The Famll elt o l Pr ru i the work. The new road roller has the farmers began to organize to cap- syltem,a l can s wit ouri oot hesitation weaY and "rued t mork, a lw doses H arrived, but owing to an exorbitant ture or kill them. They were fired that Persn carede..' of Pernarestored I rtanlh i m- it freight Charge the county commis- upon several times, which only added Agreab l a Effectie Ta. ly than n thinly I know" Mtck c, a qr sioners have decided not to accept it to their fright. They swam streams. Corporal John Fin, Wshigto, h ety th in g eo n I knowe m s at present. The heavy roller could broke through wire fences as though C., veteran d soldier of tmhe Cimi We, J. u dettlll Recommends Pt-ru-s. t' n i prominent Grand Army man and ,m- J. Ed. in f ll, J coItItZlaJ -OI d1 u & & ,-i tbe uedto n ate insurfa he fences were mere threads. Untandpyed m .i l In todnary Il n. i,f I d.S
ingltheorod, bl t l inete above has re dow whatever came In the tes John A. oawlis Pot No. cos.. d e. A t I lcgls, tI..,tiall, been put in type the freight matter way. partnent of the Potomac, Grand Army writes: i wloto n, p t has been adjusted and the roller willn -R of the Repu iie,wrtol re. s tai,,ci osi lo o awrlt.,.: aI nohrtI i be put to work next week. PRIMARY ANNOUNCEIENTS "P recommended t h" your Pe'" k' '
miany of my aenwiates, andlharegic-na o M c w lo-ieto slid ttat I rd I l- I,_.. it a fair trial. Have found it a most of many friends who hve tc n b e-i medicine, but -'- run Is c 5 c-i a Allowmnas m thIis beodiseO tidic oomand it to all pr- a I Oversight public untilth icat primary with an agreeablea deffrietkpleasant, edb it med it to ilper-overcoeh fee pion madroe iI.irinstcs ilc- stl.tgad ar-a one fi vrom Ih es rirmthatcopl" hrt n By an unpardonable blunder the e,,-on a mefthe d antl Ihe I d.eleri oan lerfesptl d hythemny Peru-nra Tablets. fa lily lef, 1 i
following paragraph was overlooked tobe raid in dvanr notrumsnow on the market. I have For two years Dr. Hartman and his wer rlc i, u i su.r a in the presentment of the grandjury or nty Comm on suffered frm catarrh actions the Isistants have inessantly labored to re t o. published in Ist week's issue of THE To the Voters of Bevard Cnty. or State Senator, th District
toA I hereby announe myself acandidate I hereby announce mysif aandidate
Tax Collector-We also wish tofile foreounty commissioner from district for re-election as Senator from the thirour regrets in the similar case (re- No. 2. subject to the action of the pri- teenth senatorial district of Florida, ferring to our county treasurer, Mr. mary. If elected I will endeavor to subject to the action of the Democratic John Henry) of our worthy and ef- give the people a fair and im rtialser- party at the approaching primaries. ficient tax colleetor, Mr. E. W. Hall, vice Respetfully, F. M. HuosoN. who has served us faithfully for JoHNR. TITUSVILLE LUM BER CO. about twenty-threeyears. In hisre- - For State Senator, 13th District tiring from this office we feel that For County Treasurer I hereb announce myself acaidat R the we are losing one of our most consi Courtenay, Fla., March 23., 19. for state senator for the thirteenth st- Are now selling PINE LUMBER at the follw ing 1- pru entious, able and faithful officers. T. th ote, of trvarni t,,unty atorial district composed of Brevard I St. Lucie and Dade counties, subject to Framing, dressed four sides $ 15.0t Cocoa and Rokledge News please Having decided to annou mylf as the ill of the Democrats as s Framing, dressed four sides
copy. a candidate for nomination at the com- at the ensuing primay. B and better Flooring, Ceiling and Siding 20 0.
ing Demceratic primary for the office of J. W. W*so Government Survey Probable county tersurer. I respectfully request -- No. 1 Common "I y O"
your support, promisin you thatif nom- For County Commissioner NO. 2 I. A bill ordering a survey of an i inated andelected, Iwil fulhfllthe duties We respectfully announce that we side water route from Beaufort to e of ireard o as in the past n from our retp ntohie diicts at Key West and Itoking towards an when I was honored with your confi- the net primary election inland rout eventually extending dence. Trusting that our services meet yur F. O. B. Cars, Titusville, Fla. t)10PT SHImEII1 from ton Key West will verry p approval, and that we will recrire your from Booton tl ey West cill sec,,t: 1Id StS. support. We remain uurS truly. probably be introduced in congres- J. OSAN, Dit. No. 1 jeet to the actinof the coring 1)en- For St at a Attole, at an early date, as the result f ithC For Repreaentative J. R. Mitr,. Dist. No. 2. i*ratic primary and woiul t-an.k <.i R. A. CINKLING Dist. No. 3. kindly for iluppo t, -- -. .
visit south of Congressman J. Hamli I am a caonidate for reprp enati TA. KUBIN.S), iist. No. i. r-up rsp,,.tfulL. m ,, ii ton Moore. of the third dist-it f esi,,,tftI lask the suplsrt of all T. J. Cotist. Dilt. N,.. 5. A, ,n O tIoi t rati, rioters in the coing pri- l Pennsylvania. and congressman i mar. V t. For Beprsentative For Supt Public Instructon I ... Small, of NorthCarolina. it. B. TtlrRT. h, F t P At the solicitation of my friends 1i'. \" ,l ii.t Congretman Moore is president of For Member School Board, 3rd Dit. hereby announce myself a candidatefc r Y iilnig ,o the ili.ti i liani ~di-t I" ihr I .. the Atlantic Deeper Wateri sa representative frm Brar ni fi n Ian ala .heocian W atn.unce myself a candidate for re+ the next l ilature, rsubth e thh a it r, n in i h n ingar soeiation and Congre sman Small is onti,- ..m Ir i the ha o r of the ron T i rimar at t ii ,i i l 1 -rtt one of the prime molversof the clr- tard fI.r thii,-l ditrih, i l,-1 a iukh tho.ia' mc Ill mc-atffrl t,"iii ,i l i ganization, as wells as adingmimn- sUlipot of all i f i f ; .at r. rd ai ich liihod in THE STa in full in 0 ber of the National Rivers and Hat i,,n af clc n\ r i fuur. :
bors congress. The assouiati.on i :a F .1 tiL For Member of County School BLard ,i I % Nol recently formed organization filr the Notice he oany fri,. a- T:.. i For Tax Coll etor
purpose of agitating the det n-ing aNotice ai .l ihi h c. '!
of the waterways along tihe Atlantic a at ta ii in im '< candidate for m.mb-r f th a a r
coast. But much has already ben fr r-electt us sheit of Brevart scht l b-lard tr ihits. thtica .:
accomplished. Congress lately u., an inland route frim Hsn to .iiosU H s. For Member of School Boardi
Heaufort with the ultimlate iltintion T F, <. \1t- b oi S l1i:,r V1. 6,1-L
of extending the pr,,ol -route For Repreentatie I r tful Fo R t a r a d 1, e i . .. F o r S u p -r v r t R -t,, tra t n ., Key West. I r-si-ctfull- annlnic mlif us a andidateatthenxt priari is ,:- ..
candidate for rIerescntatie it the l.e hIeard member 1r trtl N I I: Sentiment eems very favorable in ilat frm rard atth sha arate the fr, upnrt tf ,I I a , i t r ,c ti i at For T A
both the house andsenate, anl among primary rIlecion to, hi hehlt la I 191h A.. CIL- tari
other government tflicials at iWash-9 Mh platform is "The oill and ni-h if Notice ii 1r. o o ritin i the tropic of Beecard -unt-. I have Notico ington toward this movement. e t I e a nrhm s...d. if wlll, ivnlr - in if f a ot -, ,au :, --.,
Steps will probably be taken t,- go as ..our repr e .nttie'a Thankig n o-r p f i
wards securingasurvey foran inside Thanking io Yfur s -ouo rt. I rh- hr reetiono tuhylf a, .. i -Ir .
route on down the coast from Beau- .oi Hi-o.x the clcui cout li -r.,l ara, -, 1 ii






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THE FLORIDA STAR S
MURDER WILL OUT Reososonm of Sorrow
SPackwood M rdw Cases to t auve OEM of the O.be Tded la Court Apal department of the Stat ot Florids Thme isan old yingthat "ur- held to the executive oie Meaday. an*t Wde' will out. eand itsi poble that ..1903 it wa l d thptn
." "-- MO -= basis e NDALUM &is Jl IO old lying will be verified in V- found snerow of the death In Ws-hingApril8t19 a county, ton, D. C. on March 2, 101, of the SAP M 'l* Grover Allen, of Oak Hill, who so Honorable William James Bryan, junIama V eaa i soemerflly ran down the Clintons for Ualted States senator from this
amn gie spaein and secured the evidence on which State and that the undersigned do
pper to reply to the tbey have been twice convicted for loin in this expression of deep regret
tat is going o m the court- the burning of the Goodrich house at at the death of this honorable and disby the presentment of the Oak Hill is after the Packwood mur- tinguished citizen and trusted repre' t gel a l gr nd jury imn reads to the derers, and has evidence which he tentative of the people, whose short S qme t by the rdeeommision- will take beforethenextgrand jury. life had been so richly fied with se rddw e In an interview granted the De- ad meritorious achievements, and SO e France lreadquestionislike acarbun Lan d News Allen stated that the gave such rare promise of brilliant dle, llg it on ay side and it makes pme prie who were tried in and valuable service in the future to S O a be. We, as board, think we convicted granted a new trialby the the people of Florida and of the a- sa a foods edewellutf thesum named. supreme court and acquitted for the r ry w J m I as enmadeillegalinWashingtoandtheDstrict ColumWe have built 8 1-2 miles of solid murder of Miss Bruce-one of thheo i d. and am ing powders are verywb reoned a d ad repaired 16 miles cleared poor victims-and tthe foremost young man of Florida. baking pow are everywhere. recognized s ... . ? rt .. t mers willbe At the early age of 31 years, heu n.+ h is ag right of way for roads at a cost of plicated. splendid car has ee loed To protect yourself against alum, 60. Hiram Cowart, of Seville, to whom obedfler. to the Dlvioe Will of cod. when ordering balking powder,
At the request of the grand jury it is claimed that Marion ClintonMr. Bryan had, by the example and the board inspected oiled roads at made a confession, also granted the activities of a clean, vliorous. brave JJaekmville-eest $141.40. That News an interview and restated the and manly life won the confidence F Y Plr uMgY was our per diem and actual ex- conversation he had with Clinton and respect of the people of Florida
p Had we demanded what the while the jury was in session. aond the devoted friendship and admi. law allows, (per diem and mileage) Cowart told the story, asheclaims ration of those with whom he was asitwouldhavebeen much more. That it was related to him by Marion Clin- sociated. He represented with tnn R U emse out of the road fund. ton in 1893. He induced Clinton to common laithfulness and conspicuous d b vy oure Ro
Wehaveputinonecarloadoftiling g with him into an orage grove ne ability the highest aims and noblest get Royal
to replae bridges and arewaiting DeLand one night while the grand traditions of the people of Florida. Royal is te only Baing Powder made from Royal Gape for another car. We have repaired jury was investigating the cs He a in his untimely death this loyal Cream of Tartar. It adds to the digeiilty nd whol bri at a cost of $600. We have told Clinton that he, Jenkins and and dvote people re owed i of e fo tek on hand, for road purposes, McRse were sure to be indicted and raed. ambitious. eloquent and paid for fiveaeresof marlin district advised Clinton to tell the true story universally popular, Senator Bryan No. 5, $250; shell in district No. 3, of the crime and throw himself on was the idol of a large proportion of held re- eperenes of Coombia and Ve $ ,; road material in No. 4, $175; the mercy of the court. This at first the people of this state. and his pro- ponsible for "ditrut" entertained ela must be very careless or ry moles, wagonandharness, $2,871.03. he refused to do, then changed his ress at the bar and In the councils of us by Mexico. Well, the weak foolish. It is wonderful the sins the
This red work has been done in mind and told us as follows: the country was observed with feel- neighbor who is not warned by the newspaper men will have to answer. the lastfour months with butvery Mrs. Hatch and son Bennie, Miss ings of pride by all Floridians. Yet few exceptions. We have teams to Bruce and Frankie Packwood were deeper and stronger ties to the pub n work without having to wait for living near Oak Hill. Will MeRae lic affection Mr. Bryan furnished ln some one else to get ready to work. was courting Miss Bruce. On the his stainless and unblemished charab We find by experiene it is a saving evening of February 11, 1901, McRae ter public and in private life. His to, aa pl yrs ofatleast $1.00per day had been to see Miss Bruce and had life has been a glorious victory for for every day's work with county conducted himself in such a manner himself and a record of honor an the TITUSVILLE, FLOREDA telng, than hired teams at $4.00 per that he feared he would be prone- State oo Florida. It Is directed that day, nd sometimes wehadto pay ute. Later inthe night MRa his resolution be nsribed u a Pure ice manufactured from distilled 'page of the minutes of the board of
$L00. Jenkins and Clint rowed up tothe i e states t Prompt deliveries to all pointson
Lat year when it was so we could landing in front of the Packwood be mmset apart for stat prpo a copywater Prompt deliveries to all points work, itwaimpsnibletoget tams. house, where the two women and two heof e furalshed to the family o A. S. Piatt, Proprietor We have found by experiene con- children were living. The family the deceased. and copies be also turntract work. is not satisfactory and had retired. The three sassins ished to the press. meeteXpensive, forthereasonthata wentup to the house and called. N B. BROWAR AGovernor man took a bid for road work, then Mrs. Hatch came to the door and ii. CIAY CRAWviFORD, sublet it to another so both made a was shot down by Jenkins, who fired Secretary of State. Iy e profit, "C." Then at another time two shots at her, killing her at the W\. H. ELLIS. Att'y General. two parties bid, one high and the second shot. Jenkins and McRae A. '. .RooSt. Comptroller. HIGH WHEELS, SOLID TIRES, STANDARD TREAD
other low, for fear Jack may bid in. then went into the house, where they W. V. KNOTT. State Treas. Jack did not bid, so they had high shot Bennie Hatch. Miss Bruce and WI.LIAM 31. HOLLOWAY. $8 7 0 s acd u p and low; to get game, low withdrew Frankie Packwood were hiding in Supt. Public Instruction. Catalogue Free W. P. UNDERWOOD, Fort Pierce, Fla. his bid so the other fellow had high her room, the boy in Miss Bruce's B. E. ILIN. game. The board at that time was lap. and threw him on the floor. Miss Conmlssioer of Agriculture working under the contract law. Bruce was then seized by McRae and Training and Athletic School EAST COAST LUI BER & SUPPLY CO. Now we are working under the spee- Jenkins, who both outraged and then Is open for all athletic training. Phy ial road law, so we can accept or re- shot her. Jenkins then cut the ical culture taught in all its branches. DEALERS IN jeet any orall bids, although bids throats of the victims. They then Great attention paid to gentlemen. are put out every August, and if any changed the time of the clock and misses given s entifie lesson at thei bid is for the good of tax payers they stopped it. residence. Boxing, wrestling, dumbare received. If the grand jury takes up the case bell exercise ad nehing t OF ALL KINDS, ALSO CRATE MATERIAL taught at the Gyinanm. Liht OF ALL KINDS, ALSO CRATE MATERIAL In regard to crowning roads, it has indictments may be found charging din luib singing taught to e C a, al, Frt P st Pm Be
been done for over a year. In re- persons with the murder of Frankie and girls in a few lessons, satisfaction YrdS it Titllle, Cocoa, Eau Gallit, Fort Plat l Wst Palm Bui gards to road roller, for over a year Packwood Mrs. Hatch and Bennie guaranteed or shares refunded Les- We are prepared to meet all fair competition on house orders oand social sup-rvisio given in forshipment direct from the mills wehave been looking for one suita- Hateh. The same parties cannot person byte old-timeprofesionalth- for shipent direct from th mills ble for the county and think we have again be tried for the murder of lCeha Po gF. Jon FiE land Ex-hampion of England and Scotland 1 it, a3 1-2 ton, expect to put it to Miss Bruce. The parties implicated N. B. Writ or call at the Gymnaswork next week. are still residing in the vicinity of ium. Titusville, Fla. Now, in regard to county home, in Oak Hill, the scene of the crime. Keeping Open Mouse
the question of raising produce for Mr. Cowart claims that Clinton Everyl, iy iwlcome when w TI --.i market the county commissioners de- made the same confession before the an n thio t-o s r'ly a or lre -worin pperlyl K, HARDW AREr i eided it was unadvisable to do so be- grand jury that he did to him that Ne.w if- Pilli gbrlt, thartionuofufo ch. fore the grand jury met and so made night in the orange grove near De- ielg o,,d when he u n these i it a part of their minutes. but owing Land. Clinton claimed that he was at anoer im s,,t to the suppression of this report in forcedto accompany the other men Ja P ritchard & Son the published proceedings of the but that he had nothing to do with East Coast led aret commissioners'proceedingsthepub- the actual perpetration of the crime. G.P. DU ,. AGE Handle the Finest Lines of .$ lie did not know it. A petition has been circulated and and H In conclusion will say if the grand signed by a thousand people asking Heavy and Shelf Hardware jury had called the chairman (who the county commissioners to employ was present) or any of the board, additional counsel to assist the states perhaps thiseritiism woul not have attorney in the prosecution. The Our Stock western Even inte days of Capt. Kid commissioners have signified eir O
though a pirte he had a fair tial illin toem dis& FishGuns and Sporting Goods before judgment was rendered, the most successful firm of attorneys\ / a T. J. C KSTrr. in Volusia county. in this capacity if 0of all Kinds is com plete at all tim es
For County Commisioners agreeable to States Attorney Jones. ITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
Cured of Ebomatism -Me W H ... of (lmt T.o... T Stato... 0. A. STEW ART Paints and Oils of Q uality
bad rhef a i his leti m. 'The Tsisteamr thel ,, A Pnthaoi Ohil u lP" ,eeaglsh-maed"s !:oeeouef the mu f, tcues levied tod -11h,ihls frt 1. r of1 ou
..mstho -w.at ,o ..o w ,.,o rk. I as. .. pe. 1i .. i.t I I f one of our Specialties
-"I aFliotheClhoie mW bia .. im end a I
aped thenra inadlfatnight, andto l,' i, At
-yr cl I ee that the pain gradually left
ren I sta edt Coty Fire, Inu ra.e Quotations for large or small orders will
week t h ed." hI edsaplehul wnt 4seslfund... -- i l 1i
ehs I.se reed. Ii"tr" o bld* 1*i dlfu*d ---- -. 4ls i be given personal attention. Mail Orders
'bl"'ntieopl dorml t se peril lN t. iN,. 0L TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA solicited and promptly filled
.eldhboh rnd b F yelebTitaoville - -13 I&4W,
payussacy .i all diwiukei Pl' blt fued- I Vis t W, a.3n, XT FB I
-l pollschoolfund . I represent some of the leading Ree ciu rilmsoders labure r rtal ii$ 1 sI 4 to companies of the world and any
,, t e.Theas' Sleetrisoil. Takes tAhe .. 7T business entrusted to me will rehat ml bs o h it- ti t. i inr 'Irti t. ceivepromptandcarefulattention ..,,,,i. ,+ ,.. ; . ,... .






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would agree to tosolidation buet be II o child labor, eight bour day, popular by refusing to be based and Soid not sac that Lilley knew of this empieyer"s' lablty laws, abolition of using a revn-olver and a detective to
plot Rie saidthatthepropositin ohad federal injlfnctions od gtmbling on protect himself. Finally the reileime to him frmm Hgh Grant Brown futures. torat, whoe name Ins Bloch, was of New York and that Brown had told brilyan Splits De.oeatie Club. brought to terms and stoned o agreehim that if the deal were made -n The National Democrati cb of to submit whatever punish- I lr

001 Wi sell e to it that the probing stopped. At di wa divid o tr thidid not r-ie- the crew captaluo e viai T H EoIlififlh ll etar Buenlo r ey asou e dcot h wotd be fed I f r stuen t' e th a ;,i 1 .Bkeey aked the tam- qustion or Inviting Mr. Bryan to at CAND mi to call on him so that be might tend, but Inally majority prevailed Wyomings President Dismissed. ieroy i t he had ever authorized any for the nvitation. Thereupon Bryan The tn tees of Ithe t oliity of one thus to use his nane ee alst announced the subject of his address, WIninI I have reand Ot Ped i nc-it F charvl that 'harles P. Flnt had made bt the managers coid that he had net M. Titel e tharen ot matialnf Germany Wil Accpt Ambassa- aiv .. Ish ran m oth mossa nh M h ad m a
nny Wa Accept Am pripol at St Petersburg to buy the heo oed to speok, end to thot they tit io di t al n
der Hil- t ritish Commons Ei-e,"- i--:iy fi r a.,rW -in objetstea so Bryan wired his rera et t


S pie For Ireland- Venezuela L y : I nqualifed support of Presodent stentM LiE CANDY thBro t Face to Face With malIto l eRoosevelt and his Il ie. ai proposI Starford Stdents Qelled. E ... M I
fnht ace to Face With i:n lo i' io o recae .tar a1 el sc io ndint toin t e tc e m e s t
AInerican Tariff C0oercon-NI Loir ftrni-r privtatiee t.ry. I de o tn -n sc n nexte N ven ad le antard unir ii i t at i't e... me a
.norit Filibuster Forces Vote m i e t dent arbt nk far the prIesiec I.t and the o. KEEP TOUR BLOOD CLEAN
rnorit v Filibusterhs o l i i were the client fi atres of the t- dergra a es a
On Raoosevelt Piies-Fopu- uI, a ,il n m i I,,. i ,stthm diatn Republie n enoventin The Ia ire aint l I
lists Name Watson-Fair. -hei Il-it-i-', ill i T I atd tariff plank is Inle with he vnewt t-or ti
Nt ariff i,-tiatc,,'t+ rit,, bhi a iatiti[iied enpriebdeo a lt eem loairbanks a, ir ........ I banks For Immediate Tari: .. I Iwhh b.waso read to bhe convento an t a t
ldrich Bill ia the Ho ase. t is regMedid as lever tactics f lI wi\ iPhri da m t Revision-Big Miners' Strike. Ti enegei rrenac bia t men o ursthe hervitiot tak ed of b the i i"itu "
Watson Aaiu ad s atos "Pops ilri ving pass vice president was of the t :rotet Ftie il ed o lir ,, Watson Again Leads ihae the m o rit mle te kind. But the tel t. tion of Noemita-r a stt f-I Im of 4. ito 0 t-i.ch it quiitili aa the tIme was taken In ome qarn remain. 1- iI ofEXECUTIVE fits feiI ie t oo.he t .o tou..... t ers to san tbe iha t thet y a th 'i "
~+mif Enito first l.-i rtinu Tih -e -oi Democratic co ngur-s Is l in elt ed I, ai t ttee oil Ittling and uciu-ly. of eedI not ob the Ite l ul. hf tic u. Hill to Co to Berlin Anyway. which r of New Jcaci ill wright to Ox the lari, rt,,inl t, thir Iv I., It a-, ": Presien Rosvel Sa
After it had been oticlaily announced ibuirtuan i nd w Fihhh 4s a ,u-I'eiY belefs. Other plinuks f l e I Itfor n n u I a t
from Berlin that Ebill of its own, has the Aldrich bill in are fo mon etoinoy in pf-til c'e- e-o1t reide Inn ;' l
recal ed hism express ion of disappLioa hand. Ptbllc heosig are now i r ndtus peially i s to th, rmy l .itnin r ,rdai "y that rl
as to the aedinlg of David ai. ill as der for otle wek. As it Itl ti and avy. reform of the Laiiil th. iprsent trollthe Anerican ambanodr to Geiricmai Ahrhih bill atiorizes the issie i ti t term, regulation of trusts. anti i iid Mi- Ie .aro tfr,, the detoerminati o
sa ater cinbl eplanations hade miore than O ICeulOOit if rlcrreni tlI bor. labor legislation and deep water- the alithoillis toi gelt rill of stdenlt o rn'i
gigiven to the press ie iliunl to natlnal banks upon de- ways. dronke.nnas rah Fi. tk i Ideal by .u pl the f t county an Starts the BallM tudets d. ondae W sop--k- mictp:,I lan tt. the ni illllthlv trse Clari talI.l. Mie.iuns DrsdSsrt Heldl doter borg o distributed atording io the capital What is regarded as virtually the The fiteen students of Michigan ual- I' ti i 1 rStnternu wa and surius of the inks. the ban to first challenge of the presidential cti verity wo were arrested in connee- reit fli 11, t
sm t fron the pay half if I lwr i-not I muth the pngn. If it i to be fought betIn- tidu with the Star theater riots have lus , ha i I
~ aWhite oum-tay rst four months and three-quarter of Bryan and Taft came from the Itp ofl been helix for trial at the Mtay term. ators anI ab t : 1 l, I
Sthat the ha- 1 per ent a month thereafter. Onethe Nebraska le dr of Demoeray na ttl nset fvorae ame dmentdpted bythe ateea when e spoke at the big dollar ditnii S CIENTIFIC u i

had nveo chang- their Atults twiothirds of the reserves members or the I n I t n i n e ti batt a t by low. AOther amenlement erotc CPlt of M toi. tudsn Flatr Is the North Pole Shifting? leii tai ;F'utoal remark In of some imp rtane which wo s moved mon of Ohio was aolo down ftr M. B Colworth. the British scientist ,i0 hich iaFi .


whe or edert bank had to quit The keynote of Bryans informatln that the whole north polar l y a t a Hhan talk was comaparb s betwe z Taft region is undergoing a raidlal climiat 1-4 of Pud at Wek onp Ina u nd La F te. in which e de it hnge that the pe itelf IL Fift. oiltoi prohiii la i I

David J- Hill acting Dr. i1 Parsuant to his announced purpose plan that he regarded the latter as n ieg no that the northern errry of l w t I F
o the Berh post he had chosen the of putting the RooseveLt poliees, at real reformer, who if he were com- this continent is becoming warmer and thi r t
e who of all men was best iltted ieast ome of them. up to the majority nated, would command the support of that if north Asa colder l Co ilm orr i
Sr that high bhome and responsibility. of the house Leader Williame of the that big section of republicans who tbeli' that huge mssesof lteilial I t .lr
ae referred to Hi as a skTilled dipl- minority April 2 began a determined want to tee things done, while Taft be fin bay and arcntice waters near Grenc bah its Irhi, -i i east a siudment a speaker, an author- fllboster which lasted even hours charactexzed as a bogls reformer land are causing thisl moovel t, the vilL Phrma i d Ikn r [iuIty ea international law. a Gerans and kept the house in session till after Bryan expects to see many Republile- immene weight of these ma tilti: Let
seholar." It waao i stated that the 10 o'clock. Wiliam Insisted on the ans support the Demcratic candidate the earth toward Sheria. Let us all learn th\ i PIrpose the adminlsuration was not roll call on every motiUo that was if the Repubhlio party namne Taft Another Noiseless Gun. waiting from tariff rei i
to traut the gr t diplomatic poottiOu made. Payne. the Bepublik-an fSour Nlw Dnily For Sociatists. Another deoli- to, odle I,- It, A Baby Show in Titulvlla I they were to be held nly by leader. dea d these tact and de Daily For Sialist. Anoer devie or m h d
Ionat buhat as rewards for faithful cleared that the majority would do Reginoing with May 1. for the first charge of all kinds ,f frarim nI -i ten ni i .
sere. ThelGermanpretasow relents business In iown way. He proposed time the Sorialst party will have a le is now addl to In ,r i rze No.i, .. .
the ilea that Germany makes wealth a that the boto e take up the toples in daily newspaper of its own i New younger Maxim re-cnbly rtv-b IT i t,
condition for the acceptability of any the president'. message In their or York city financed and controlled by is credited to Olivr I-3 i aikc t a iii ti- i; ,
eegn representative. der and that the message be distrbtht- the party members. It will be known ivHoreter. Mass. alid is di!: ti I we i ti ei ', inating in that of NlmxI.. It conui ir I bitt-i a 'ii.- pl I
The end f this unpleasant incident ed. but e would not permit any dis- as the New York Call, an evening pa- that of Maim. It ea tie n I-t'- at' ai i I.l i ir.-:
ams when the peeldest seat to the cussion of the motion. So the roll als per devoted to the laitnoring classes. Io the olrvet and be ndila:--udt :l f I g I
senate the examination of Dr. Hill us went on until finally the opposition Mitchell to Run Paperent' te t stt f a Pl a w I ir I
ambassador t Germany. Alog with waits ne by the elonture rules. but John Mitchell. the retired head of the 1l aid whih ods ui wb r ,, The tiIn
thi ame the nomlautlosi of Arthur not until the Democats had forced miners' union. as declined the prsi- theo ltath of the 'un barrel the 7up omethit It i .u.n, t
Betapre of Illinois to be minister to their adversaries to vote down lmotios denots offer of a plae O i a comm- oi l a bor' lightly increasing in something to hopt fli I a im
the Netherlands and Laaemburg. se- In favor of two of the presents pet ou to investigate ]anama conditions. dim-tr fr.om the outlet Inward.
Seeding Hill, and of Spencer F. Eddy meoasure.-namely. to place wod pulp bis reason being that be has decided
at Ilnas to be mlaister to the Argen on the free lint and reduce the duty on te start a weekly newspaper at t- Mep Be Oldest of Tsemplesl 'n
utse Republi. sweeeding teoupre, print paper and to limit the power of dianapoll. .it Bisya, central Babylonia. ecavaeddy being now secretary to he em- injunction The same day Speaker s have unearthed what i
tnsy at erlin. tn the meantime the Canon moved resolution clling for ra e be the oldCt known temple The formal ree atice of Ambasdor light on the paper trust. Inferring that A test ore n the New York state erst inscription on the surface was o
Tower had been received, whether it this might explain the rise in the price enat e on the questhi of postplarnin a brick stamped with gtthe name Dungi. state these oRPgD LE.
-was antned by the incident or et of paper. until ept. I the taking effect of the which goes back to 2750 B. C. Below regulate t e botels. anrd e abheing unkown to the public Reltieon on Fairbanks Suppressed. proposed anti race track gambling bills. this were bricks peculiar to the reign equaled as an
The snate later confirmed the nom- which had already passedhe lower of rg the low of gn the firt Semitic king of ANT -BILIOUS MD
Isatin of Hill. Benaupr and Eddy. Two or three weeks ago Senator For- house, was 6 to 23 against po lpone BRabylon In n3aol B C. Other brick
aker submitted a report bearing on meal after which the bill were ad- were foind ner of the convex shape Is material dl trks ther rito e lo OffFor Frim- the qtlitohatn of Atak meeting lire vancrd to third reading without op- mned to,'Coy B. amn e ulelr pilesntole.as aI. ItenThe battleship eais having finished paredl by II, nry W Elliott. an expert. position. t stm em mtht pl ri l. e
its target prae a t Magd lena auy. in which the soti.ut eas mania that [ i Dr Bo .ted.
ta April 2 ws ready to sol no rth un- Pi-c Preo.. ident Fairbanks had tlm a JO IOLDavis Beaten and Fined OGICAL Take No Substitute.
der command of Admiral Thomas. delibetrae rataehood In 19f whi bh, United States Senator Darts of ArEvans having gone to a health resort IonIht to defeat the then pending bill kato was attacked i the otreetl o f
......b allL no or apeMT Y.HI ed .......il. I pyedi ba ....... "u- Visit of M... Htr Ward.

to be treated for rheumatism. WI'nll this fact camle to light the se little link April I by a poltlnta en- Visit of Mr. Humphry Ward.
Trale Coanrion For Castro. ate pronimTly eut in scret tessin lnd emy naned Helm ali was biadly t .art In honor of the cot. rithh ro H A talkd the EIlott report, while Son an The ontolr ran t his office nad Lt MII. Iltihr War1 d t bo wv State Root on the failure of his efforts oas a o o mad prmofse apology. i gu wIth which it threaten "Ilwrt E e" and tielr mle i
h, a, mail It al the te II I St w ih Nxl uruiug i. c'urt Dollo Ict WIr:,, uad 7%1< t. re II-P'i ii, +! ,,.iIi to bring President C('atno of V'enezuela bmioal ntld read or his the thtiti ll t wani Iti Nnt i i i n cct l ut ar, c -a -i I i ,,r
to even counider the arbitration of the sit tu i0 t i the a atill.dDi ver An tcri t tn N, o-m 1af- -, i
rn clacm, o the spholt trout aiton o ithe fiht w t that lli it if At-'-'" -a a-ie i,"cot ait ma 'mi. 110n, hi
and other was set to the senate. to- PO L TICA him wth a lodd billo 1 btnPt at th tn iNtcrf a1oria I.
gether with a mnao of coreespondence during nith a ct a r oif t t no it

and Bermudez euipoy, a branch of Th. niianal otion. ia of the Po Ld
the asphalt trut, the Venezuela hold- pls iartit at St. Louis April 3 untui I ct "I''
ings of Whieh were tsiz i by the ItC nOt. i Thoiima E Wtison of Gormin Aainst Celibate Teachers. i .t ii
tr government. The president bha far Ilrint and aUl 1 W. Willia ii it I latt iturL onI tihei taisi:
made known to senators his l desire f I! tton fer ice preI dent ideeitute ai- fr ml ife Pl' Fae r -Lir iu. i, it Io
that pr, iaeu be brought to bear upon the oppition if the Bryan factimo Dir:cs. tie inicer,Ily c-xte I .:- ,il 'tI rTwt lb
Castro by anthorizin an addtiona! whih ,uea'o t a postponuneaut of action curer. tUook atrln H rouil guIt ,-th, i iig hi
duty on the products of Veneuela and until alt-r thIdI Ieir Iconentilo. Tb prov-ili.g 1a iild uf lililU; r raliI ti' u< i If necessary. to cl se American ports Nebrtska dcH ueation tmblted and left the public shal t itallt; fie ta-- f Iif ter At thA to ellenaeuelan goods, hll wbhen Demoncrtic fusion was en batet. lie insisted that Ithis ust l dinter -e -ss ijected Th old Omaha platform was changed1 and thtl marrid Iwn n-- l r, mot f, th rNathruial a subatnce, including di woiea shulId i ploel i-btiare : Di. 'f MaF at-land o fn t CONGRESSIONAL I wt fissut cmeo by the government hu.mutic pr-icil of fil lc soial rt ;nI,,e dIitributed throub internal Improve are 1o be it.ath particularly ct th t- tri. an nt' 'i the umarinei Cane Cotnued. mLts: pullh ownership of railroads n-cred lhe lttr selively t tie ihai crkrs "o-red lIa the tlat
land ther public utilitles. homesteading oine colieoes. which. hl said. w-re re. gratu I and -ther h lanthric plans The t n of th har of land pares post governmental rg paring women to live apai t from men Mrs. Ward, a : Impoing Ire
made by epentive Liley aniost o fla at sopora toao by a gon erl en.k a dErchl . dreed, spoke t tt FRIEND TO FRIEND.
ad before the bonse committee, and interstate hbusin- nitiative and ret Almost the entire student oly of the ,r t stroeit hy providigpublic pl The personal reommloaa F
President tRe oat hant company was erendum. direct vote for all public of New York unversl y refused to ateild r,,antd and praised the effort being I ple who have been d a tf ae of the Important wit s d es He er witb the power of recall, federal sons became the faulty h- s made here. lane Addama. the Chicago olds by Chambe lain's Cough kb y saed a ieal submarine oneer the statute re-og. sing the principle of the pended the captain of the crew on ac settement orker, drsed In a pinhi ca done more thalan ll oL ,. ti Lake set Company of Connecticut initiative and referendum, giving the count of his part in ducking a recalel- whl gown 4 -oid of ornaments. tol ItapI e arine o trean and eonraio
with having d to have the ta people pwer of lasructing their na tract freshman n the campus fotain - article of trade and comm calle or if the Elecri Boat comao lal rean e g stavs in re egi, aby This student had made himself uuno n a part ofthe civilized ald.


















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TITUyVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1908


NO. 51


,oT fos Oqrnl$. Aloiq Bqt fom t1le qoo4 of Ot1lems Also.


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Is-Grape Pleht 5 om t.
U-aL mw, at the Em


I M- Dren ha been very
if *1 H kiw.k and we hope he may
e Stones attended the
ob r ,ofa mision at

ii bt, -isa es aig goods off
.ad got baul rgah
L W Deoveo.
j^&/ .' BeYC LtM. DOBpOu.
Jf IaOea Carruthers, G. A.
C W lWl Bemie Heath were bep-
p t Suday night and received

r L. A. ba s h just com-
Sa mat wha out in front of
i a lot Soath Titasville which
*: is ab ts t in length.
Dr. J.I M er, of this place, ha
SIthe Indian River Yacht club.
.r ow a ver py ty launch

M a y 's bhio .? Wai go
ihmve stin" as at just ar-
e all -a attention tho e ad-
a aa ih another column o the
1Tnitr1 tLumber Co., in which they
a- quot very low priceson all


aW your lumber.
SMe B at LRMl. bbian went up
l where he is a student
t i ti- m iv ersity, to St. Angu-
thdoear pat of last we to
tra it te Po deILeon celebra-
He c n own Friday after-
r forafew dayurs' visit with the
I lks before returning to his

Rd te Chame fHa Ms&
Mr. F. S. Battle has purchased two
lotb Washington avenue south-
w" at the high school building from
Mr. C.A. Gardner and expectsto
mees a cottage on same shortly.
Th Lm two lotsare nicely located (one
f- he bel a corner lot) and con-

Baee leaving for his home in New
Hail-aire Wednesday Dr. F.M.
bought the south half of
rnver front lot, between
Ar's puoerties, upaowhich he
l troqably erect a concrete cot-
ta the fak Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
imm and dir dmuitt., r M


health has been very
oed by their stay here

Ae9 MoadRy Offerings of Men's

Men's Ki Ki trousers, made by
Sweet-Orr, the name alone is aguar-
am-e of Al quality, worth $2.00,
special S1.49.
Men's blue serge trousers, worth
$4.00, Monday special, 3rM per pair.
Men's undershorts, made of an ex-
celent quality of lisle thread, long
or abort sleeves, worth 75 cents,
Monday's special. 5 cents.
Men's nainsook shirts and short
drawers, the famous B. V. D., $1.00
per suit.
We will also put on sale about 500
paim of men's trousers, of medium
anddark patterns, famous Crown
make, piice $2.50 to $6.W
JULIUs KUINE,
Titusville Fla.
Cocoa Town Lots For Sale
Cocos Heights residence lots for sale
en naw street opened up from river to
railroad. Hih, dry, healthy location,
4 --ea walk from station, fine view
ef rivr, good water. Lots 50x119 feet.
A to Geo. C. Chittenden or J. F.
Sa D den. Coco, r Fla.
Dwelling for Rent
-. ge s witLh -.r including dining
ME agt and kitehm. ee nough for
teama famliss. Wo rent partial-
P AReshd. am aesand clean and
a I...an a ISIgbboood. Address
-r, J. D. Cmaa,
T- Ifteshvige, Fla.


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SEDATE MODELS 1 ThST NEWS
FOR ELDERLY MEN.LA T IS
O fiwnew of.hw AD INCIDI C ItS
mt a only de te am Iet thing lo.
't!ryobut t good eare i tww. Purn Af te
ofthe m w. I n l n t tel.
No rm wia _.- houhIdt lookTael E IM N mM


up-tst juwt eb -s lover for-
ty." D aity d s maturity set off
gade clothes atheB mor, nd if you
are prop-er m-why not look it?
Our stock of boes for men, boys,
women and children is complete in
everyrespect. Allstandard makes,
double guaranteed.
If you want the best at the most
reaable prices give s a call.
WINSTON S BANNING
Up- to- Date lothing House

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Tituaviie, Floida.

Tituaville Hotel Company
A stock company, to be known as
the Titusville Hotel Co., has been
started up in town the past few days.
It is proposed to apply for charter
and incorporate with a capital stock
of $25,000, to consist of 250 shares of
par value of$100 per share, fifty per
cet of the stock to be paid in within
Sdys from date of subscription,
and te balance in five inwphmnets
of 10 per cent each at intervals of
30 days.
This company has been organized
for theurpoeof taking over the
Indian Rivhotel property, an op-
tion on which has been secured for
30 days through the efforts of Dr. J.
S. Daniel at an agreed price of $6,000
as the property now stands
It is proposed to raise $10,000 or
$15,000 of stock among the merch-
ants and business men of Titusville
and ommiene the im men of
the proPerty about y = 1t for a
grdaM..i-g nmt dall a a first
m modern hotel with all up-to-
date convenie such as elevator,
electric lights, baths, telephone eon-
nection with all rooms, etc.
A large share of the stock has al-
rady been subscribe and the deal
will be eomuiwuated bat every one
owning property in town will be so-
iited to take some stock in the com-
pany which will be gnortiteed to
paI 10 per cent or more.
ow is the time for the people of
our town to come forward and help
an enterprise that will do more for
the town than anything that can pos-
sibly be done at this time. If we
can rase half the stock in town we
are assured that outside help will
take tee balance.
Sheriff Brown Captures Thief
After tracing him all over South
Florida, Sheriff Brown succeeded in
arresting Cha. King at Fort Pierce
a few days ago charged with stealing
money from the old blind grapho-
phone man who was on the east coast
a few weeks ago. King, it is said,
admits taking sumof less than
$20.00. which institutes a crime of
petit larceny, while the old man says
it was about $60.00, which would
bring it to grand larceny.
The Van Amburg Shows
The Van Amburg shows exhibited
here Wednesday to large attendances
both afternoon and evening. It was
the largest and best show that has
ever exhibited in Titusville and the
equipment is superb. Fine bareback
riding, the wonderful performances
of the Japanese tots, the herd of
trained elephants were the best of
many remarkable feats. The show
gave big value for the admission and
fulfilled every advanced promise.
People came all the way from 20 to
30 miles distance to take in the show.


Enlarged pictures of yourself or your
loved ones given away free to cash cus-
tomers limited quantities to be supplied.
Call at Heath & Co's. store ad they I
will be pleased to explain full particu-
l ra 1


Dr. Miller, Dentist, Titusville.
Follow the crowd to the Banner Drug
Store fr cold drinks and ice cream.
Mr. Rufus Robbins was at home
the latter part of last week for afew
days' vacation from Stetson univers-
ity.
Mr. H. Faust and family and Mr.
and Mrs. W. Jensen have rooms in
one of the Taylor cottages advertised
in THE STAR last week. The other
cottage is advertised for rent in our
issue this week.
Mr. and Mrs Swain, of Jackson-
vllie, who have been here on an ex-
tended visit with their daughter,
Mrs. J. R. Walker, left Sunday morn-
ing for Birmingvmn, Ala., where
they will visit two of their sons.
Mr. Chas. Enright leaves tomor-
row for Stillmore, Georgia, about 70
miles west of Savannah, where he
has accepted a position in an ice fac-
tory which is owned by his uncle. It
is possible that his mother and her
family will follow later.
Set of six Edison batteries for sale
at a very low price. Inquire of F. N.
Hitchcock, Tituaville.
Mr. James L. Connor, of Wilming-
ton, was among the new arrivals in
town last week and is very much
pleased with the place, so much so
that he will invest here in property
and is one of the incorporators of
the new hotel company.
WANTED-Pool table, must be in
first class condition and cheap. Give
terms, eantiro nand particulars. L.,
care of STrA office.
Church Notes
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at In-
dianola on Sunday, April 12th, at
10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
There will be service in the Episco-
pal church at Merritt, on the island,
Sunday afternoon, April 12, at 3:30.
Dean Robottom will conduct the ser-
vice and preach.
Dean Robottom will officiate in St.
Gabriels church, Titusville, on Sun-
day morning, April 12, at 11:00 and
in St. Marks church, Cocoa, on Sun-
day evening at 7:30.
Rev. lobe will officiate in the Pres-
byterian church Sunday evening at
7:30 o'clock. Sunday school at 3 in
the afternoon, and prayermeeting at
3 Tuesday afternoon.
Dr. F. Pasco, formerly presiding
elder of the East Coast district, now
editor of the Florida Christian Ad-
vocate, published in Tampa, and also
state president of the Epworth lea-
gue, will preach at Titusville Sunday
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. in the
M. E. church. You are cordially in-
"__*.-J *,fth, 1.- m v% -- __ --- A. h_ ahft- __-


Special Sale at [line's'LOCAL GOSSIP
I "-AID PERSONALS
MONDAY, APRIL 13, 1908.
R. & G. corsets, in the latest style, SB ItM M" tk H of TRW-
made of good quality of coutil,,
worth $1.50, Monday's special W 9 aT f-C n amGd
cents.
R. & G. tapegirdle, with garters at- The prettiest line of Panama hs
tached, special nts each. sbown on the eat coast 5.00 eae at
Bleached readymade sheets, 72x90, B""i .'
worth 75 cents, special 5eentseach. We are glad to state that Mrs
White bedspreads, extra largesize, W. T. Mather, who has been very ill
Marsellaise pattern, worth $2.00, for several days, is convalescing.
special i 4ty9 Mr. Adhemar Bradyms been quite
Good quality of unbleached domes- sick the past week with an attack of
tic, yard wide specia13 yards fo the grippe, but is now convalescent,
Bleached cambric, 36 inches wide, we are glad to say.
extra quality, worth 120-cents, Mon- Miss Edith Paterson arrived Sat-
day's special 10 cents per yard urday from Philadelphia and has
We will also place on sale about rooms with Mrs. Corwin. THE STA
2,000 yards of figured lawns, worth received a pleasant call from Miss
15 cents, special 1 cents per yard, Paterson Monday.
Monday only. The four weeks' revival services at
White Persian lawn, 40 inches wide the Methodist church came to close
worth 35 cents, Monday's special 19 Sunday night, which resulted in a
cents. rousing revival of religious feeling
Children's lawn bonnets, hand- inthis town. Rev. W. W. M o
somely trimmed with Valenciennes is now conducting a similar revival
lace and embroidery, worth 50 cents, at Cow&
Monday's special 39 cents.
Percale, 36 inches wide, worth 15 Dr. Walter M. Fleming, of New
cents, special 12% cents. York city, an eminent physician, and
Rogers1847 knives and forks, guar- Mr. Rob t. Fulford, also of N. Y., who
anteed for 20 years, usual price$6.00, have been on an extended cruae
Monday's special $L. per domen (6 down the coast with Capt Jack Laf-
knives and 6 forks.) lin, are spending a few days at Palm-
Boy's knee pants, made of an ex- hurst before returning north.
cellent quality of worsted, worth 75 Mr. H. E. Spillman and his sister,
cents, special 49 cents each, sizes 5 to of Newport, Ky., left the latter part
16.idotw h 20 of last week for their home after
White dotted swis, worth 20 cents, spending several weeks here very
special 15 cents per yard. pleasantly, Miss Spillman having
White madras, endless assortment been the guest of her friend, Mrs.
of patterns. specially good for shirt- C. B. Kingnwu, while Mr. Spiliman
waists and shirtwaist suits, Monday stopped at Palmhurst hotel.
25 cents per yard.
Mail orders promptly filled on any oda fountn f ad cm an ouit, al-
of the aove gooA yr or ; -Acme peanut
of the above go ster and warmer. Apply to Box 10S,
JULiUS KLNE, Titusville. Tituville


Attention Citivref-'
I mean every one of you. Listen!
The one crying, bawling, squalling
need of our town is a hotel. I want
it. The town wants it. We have
over 40 subscribers for the stock-
we want just 100. We want more,
it is this: Every subscriber, male
and female, every man and woman
that has no idea of subscribing, to
meet tonight at Wager's editorial
room and talk and listen, tonight at
7:30. A CrITIEN.
Citizens Meeting Monday
A citizens mass meeting was held
at the court house Monday night to
discuss important town matters, up-
on call of Mayor B. R. Wilson, who
was elected to the chair, and Town
Clerk J. P. Wilson as secretary.
The questions of finance and expen-
ditures were touched upon after
which the subject of organizing a
stock company for takingover the In-
dian River hotel property and im-
proving same was taken up.
Messrs. Geo. M. Robbins, E. L.


At the meeting of the Indian River
Yacht club Thursday of last week,
Mr. A. D. Merrill, commodore of
the Jacksonville Motor Boat club,
was elected an honorary member of
thisclub by unanimous consent. The
Indian River Yacht club expects to
hold a series of motor boat races at
this place on the Fourth of July.
Commodore J. Lorillard, Jr., of
the Indian River Yacht club, of this
place, expects to have an auxiliary
cruiser built this summer about
forty feet long and twelve feet beam
especially adapted for shoal water
and provided with home comforts.
The motive power will be a three-
cylinder Palmer-Moore open base two
cycle motor.
Easter suit wanted? Order now and
be ready. Measures taken.
E dye, rabbits, chicks, eggs, baskets
FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES
Five-drawer, drop-headsewig machine
warranted 12 years, 850
Screen cloth by yard, or roll $2.00
CHA& A. GARDNER, 'Phone 34
Ladies Guild Entertained


vrUo u ue present an near oune tBrady ana ur. J. S. Daniei aadressea Mr eo. M. Robbins entertained
the most learned men of the state, the meeting at some length. The Mrs. Geo. M. Robins entertained
city dock question was also discsed the Lades' guild at her suburban
Special Summer Hotel Rates but the meeting adjourned without home Friday afternoon. Two t: s'
n a i. at of their double seated surrey conv y-
For the summer season Palmhurst taking any ecisive action upon mat- the ladies and also the Rev. John
hotel will make special rates for table ters brought up before it. Walker out, but it being the cool
board to town people and to families. -. of the afternoon when they returned
Regular families stopping at this ho- For Sale Cheap the younger and more energetic ones
tel can have their own private table. Sail boat outfit, mast (spruce) 28'R of the party preferred to take the
Rates as follows: f-et, boom 23 feet, gaff 13 feet, bow- pleasant walk of a mile while the less
Table board per week (21 meals) $5. sprit 9 feet, hoops, jaws and irons corn- active ones returned in the surrey.
.. .(14 meals) $4. plete large mainsail and jib nearly new, The hostess assisted by the young
.. ** and room, $7. galvanied wre rope stays, alleys and gentlemen present, Messrs. John W.
MASSEY & CO., proprietors. blocks, all in first class condition. Ap- Walker, HaroldPerry and Rufus
MASEY & Co. proprietors. ply at once to J. CAPEHART. Walker Harold jerry and ufu
SCcoa, Fla. iRobbins, served delicious refresh-
Bargains in Trees ments and all enjoyed a delightful
For Sale Cheap afternoon.
Fine lot 2-year old grapefruit buds, Forty dollars will buy a large second
Marsh seedless and Standard, 30 ;hand Rlider-Ericsson hot air engine. Will For Rent
cents each. $25.00 per 100. burn any fuel or rubbish such as can be Taylor cottage or suits of rooms furn-
J. B. BEACH. picked up in orange groves. Just the ished for summer.
West Palm Beach, Fla. thing for irrigation. Apply or address MKs. F. M. TAYLOI.
STAR office.
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Orange and Grapefruit Trees the way ofa reduction in prices. When in and harrowing. See or address J.
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high I do make a reduction it's worthtaking The Alpine Hotel W Jamison, Titusvile, Fla.
hickory hammock. Free from white advantage of. Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley, man- For Long Lease
fly. One year to two year old buds. Until April 15th I will astonish youn the European plan furn- Aroom home onndin riv v-
Prices from 25 to 35 cents Carefulwith my liberal prices on all dental ager. On the European plan furn-. A roomy home on Indian riversev-
rices from 25 to 3 cents. Careful- work except re-enameling. I am now ished rooms and quick lunch. Cen- enty-tive acres attached. Bearing trees
ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill doing that for one third less than you trallv located. -orange, grapefruit, tangerine and
station. J. W. GRIFIS can get the work for in Chicago orNew mandarin, a few young peach trees.
Shiloh, Fla. York. Extracting 50 cents instead of For Sale Cheap For Cash Choice location for dairy and chicken
$1.00. About 88 acres of good high land on farm, also boarding house in winter.
A cool drink at acool place at Gold crowns! I ought tomake apeck the eastor ocean sideof the Indian river Full information apply this office.
MANDY'S. of them at the new prices. Same way at the Narrows, described as follows:
with artificial teeth, big break from Lot No. 3, section 35, alsolot No. 3, sec- otograph Gallery
Draying former prices. tion 36, in township 31 south, range "9 Go to Faust, the photographer, on
Drayingorhaulingof allkinds prompt- Next two weeks is the time to make east. This land is unimproved but fine- Julia street, for artic photos All
ly attended to. Meet all trains. your contracts. You can make appoint- ly located. For further particulars ad- work first class and promptly attended
H. E. HOLTox. ments by mail. Da. MILLER, dress E. M. Low, to. Crayon, pastel, water colors and
Titusville, Fla. Titusville. Brockton, Mass. oil paintings a specialty.


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The S wt pipe orgaa to e installed
in lAola Iad. s nw In use in the Meth-
sdti church In that town.
r Broward has announced
that be wn be a candidate for United
States senstnr in the coming primary.
TWe Jacksov lbe man, Van e aes
mad Tar. were mned $50 each i man-
pal court for tarnin in a tale r
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Street pla g to the amount of
about N$400 as bee sauthrised by
the ity coan of Pmuseola. Brick
wl be used etlrly.
Work has been comnasWreAd o the
erWetio of the new Mat Street Bap
tit church it Jaekonvi- e Te
botldin will ast M$2.a
Shipments of fish from the port of
Pata Gorda for the week ending last
Tueday amounted t three carloads
tI balk and 145 barrel aggegatg
lei," pounds.
Galesvllbe's new city directory te-
led by Jesse 3. Burts, shows that
Galesvillek has a polatonatr 1,335
Against a populatiokr 5,45 In 190
- increase i three years of 2,8L


At at early hor Tueaday morning
de oaptode at Quincy was entered
Sb wrglrs, the safe broken into ad
$U worth of stamps and $SW a moa-
ey stolen. There is no clue to the

akeland was visited by a serious
neferlatlon Thursday night, fre de-
stroying more than half of one of the
city's ,busin blocks. Among the sa-
wera was the Lakeland News which
managed to get out a fire extra.
SThe Colonades Hotel property at
ealbraese has been sold by Jacob Gim
lkh to D. J. Johnsom and William
Gray of Uniaotown, Pa. The consid-
eratoa is said to be in the neighbor-
hood of $.300.
FPre in the hay and grain room of J
H. McLaurim and Company's big ware
houe in Jacksonville, did between
$4,000 and $5,000 damage early Sat-
urday morning. The blaze sl supposed
to have been the work of an incendi-
ary.
Stephen Melton, representative
from Duval county in the Florida Leg-
islature for several sessions. died at
I o'clock Tuesday morning at nis
Lome in Jacksonville after a long ill-
aeas. The funeral was hel Thursday
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
P. A. Lewter shipped a number of
banana plants to California today.
They were of the Harts' choice variety
and were very fine. The Orlando ba-
nana plants are becoming famous and
our growers will soon establish quite
a trade in this fruit--Orlando Report-
er-Star.
The largest cargo of mahogany ever
brought to a Florida port, was unload-
ed at Pensacola a few days ago from
the British steamer Venus, entered
from Belize. The vessel brought
three thousand Immense logs, consign
ad to the C. C. Hengel Company of
Iouisville, Ky.
W. H. Wood & Son who are in the
celery business on a small scale this
season shipped their first car of cel-
ery last Saturday. It contained 325'
rates and was grown on a little lezs
than one third of an acre. It was
bought by Mr. Abner Wilson of the
frm of Wilson Bros., the Michigan cel-
ery men, for St. Louis parties. Mr.
Wison says it was the finest car of
celery he has seen in Florida.--D-
Land Record.
The dredgeboat Florida which was
in this port last fall is now at work on
the Indian river. She has been deep-
ening the canal which connects Mos-
quito Lagoon and Indian river and
when the work is finished there will
be five feet of water in that place. The
Florida has also done some work in
the channels near New Smyrna which
will be a great help to the boatmen
who use that route. During the next
month the Florida will be at work
near iGiberts bar following which she
may be sent tI, other places in the in-'
land waterway which need' attention.
The Florida is equipped for taking out
snags and obstructions in the chan-
nels but her main value lies in her
powerful suction pumps which are
used in dredging out sandy spots.-
Miami News-Record.


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Hle was united in imariagt \:g. 7.
1.s94 to Miss Annie ii. Sanborn. of ('in-
cinnati. He h,.ld the oflite of ('oun-
try Supl-rintienuiett of Volusia ('olunty.
;anl at tinim of his death was one of
the Ieprtese;ttatives in the Legislature.
lie was also I.ieutenant-t'omlnel of thth
the Second Regiment. Florida State
Troops at the time of *Iecease.


If dy -~'es ebadhY oe.

There is O*M wy toa e ILt
Tbe peret wy i s ce she tkidUeya
A ad k meam sick kiays
Nxegret it, uinary tmeam foUaw.
Dou's Kidy Pil a maad3 fr kidney.
aly.
8a3. Lmeon, epiaker, livia st mlM
Ashly meeTkmpa, Fla., eays: "I' ed
Dn's Kidney PUs and td en me of
baee and disuder of thekidneys. Two
or thm times e ae eeO the ama my
beck I sunable to go to work revemal
days. The aeereties of the kidneys wre in
s e bad 0oadietm. dark in eOlr and if al-
wto smd wueeM become of the cmmist-
eme otajelly. I tried Vari.es.smedies taki
wht emed like isl ie medicine* ed
aI put o p-te but otis helped meat
ail ail I ot Dm' Kidney Pilk p the
adviee et o trl f maie and sig them oe-
di to dietiems they cared me i a very
whartttdm"
Fer ale by al deals. Prmice S eta.
Fete-Mbhamr CO., Beila, New York, aIe
agsen for the United Stats Reaember the
me-Deam'N-sad take no their.

The Glchrist Institute, erected Ia
Tampa largely through the generosity
of Hon. Albert W. Glchrtat, was dedi-
cated in Tampa last Friday.
The premiums won at the State
Fir at Tampa cannot be paid until
the Fair association gets the $15,000
appropriation voted by the legislature.
News has been received at Tallahas-
see of the death of Hardy Church
Croom, the younger of the two os of
Hon A. C. Croom, State Comptroller.
The young man pased away at Den
ver, Colorado, Saturday morning aged
26 years.
The truckers in the vicinity of Mar-
tin, Marion county, are preparing to
plant about three hundred acres in
cantaloupes, three hundred acres in
beans and between three and four hun
dred acres in watermelons.
A law and order league to be known
as the Dade County Civic Association
has been organized in Miami. It is the
purpose of this orgsnitatinn to assist
the authorities in enforcing law and
order and doing away with the crimes
and vices that exist throughout the
county.
A nice piece of taxidermy has just
been done by Paul Clark for Geo. Otis
Draper, of Hopedale, Mass. It is a
panel on the upper half of which is
the head of a 130-lb jewfish with a 50-
poand grouper head on each side. The
lower half of the panel is taken up
with a full length 62-pound amber jack.
These fish were all caught in one morn-
ing's fishing by Mr. Draper with rod
and reel. The panel is a fine souve-
nir.-Tropical Sun West Palm Beach.
Postoffce Inspectors E. D. Beatty,
Fred Rodgers and A. B. Dritton visited
Key West last Wednesday and arrest-
ed James D. Roberts, mailing clerk,
and Charles Lambias, stamping clerk
Roberts being charged with detaining
letter mail, and Lambias with robbing
the mails. A decoy letter was sent
through the office, which caused the
arrest. Roberts was held. under a
$200 bond, and Lambias under a $50o
bond, to await trial at the May term
of the United States court.
Councilman Henry T. Grant who ha'
been spending several days at Lang
lord's camp, seven miles west of h,.rt
in the Everglades, returned Wednes-
day night. He went to witness the
c-ane grinding and to take a look at
the agricultural possibilities of that
I'gion. MSr. Grant sa3 s that some ol
'he, best lands in the county are to
be hbad out there, wheie danger friliu
*nK!l 'nl ,routh aze Irobably lf.-
than at points south of here, where.
warning is now b.!in.g carried on.-
Troplical Sun. We -t Paint Beach.
Colonel John b. Parkinson tc; .ears
one of the most promint.nt resi.ientut
of Daytona. die-l at his home in that
city last Thursday afternoon. He was
a native of ctharlestown. Ohio. .Ilinn,
10. 1.S'3, and cafine to Floii.la in :l :'.i


Robbins &t Graham Co.
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EUREKA:' This company owns lands in th<
Yes, I Have Found it at Last Indian river country, on the St
Foiiund what" 'Why that lia:lst .rlaiza Lucie river, at New river and or
salve cure ectzenam aud .all mauner,'f itchiug Biscayne bay
of the skin. I have lo. n atflite.-! f.or mlauny
years with skin dliea..-. I hia t, it.t up three- PRIC TO SUIT THE TIVgS
or four times every night and wash with cld, l I PRICES O SUIT
water to allay the terrible itchiug. but -inc e
usint this salve in n vtmher. I1 $t. the. it ing ba e stopped and has. not trouhlel men.- 'OFr E-r .
Elder John T. ilngley. R.ltvill-. Pa. F,r dtle fI T
by Titusvill. Pharu-a-y ;ri.l all h.-alers. TITL.SVI.LLE -I, MI M I


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KOI to a twmeway
Miam Newmeerd.)
a. C. a1ber, 1 a rum et of Lem
City. was killed B day afteroou in
--RNm-- to imp b his wagon
whre ~- hm. wa running away.
r. Roberts was caught between the
wheels of the wagon and throw heav-
ily to the groud, receiving brushes
in the face aad a fracture of the skull
which caused his death shortly after
the accident
Mr. Roberts and George Gwunn
were returning home from Little Riv-
er and the horse became frightened
and started running. Their efforts to
stop the animal proved useless and
Mr. Gwynn shouted to Mr. Roberts to
jump out, at the same time making a
leap which carried him out of the wag-
on safely. Mr. Roberts attempted to
jump but not being very agile and the
wagon bouncing up and down. he lost
his balance and fel between the
wheels
His death was a shock to the people
of Lemon City, as he was well known
to everybody there. He leaves num-
erous relatives a great many of whom
reside in Key West.

"Geerally debilitated for yenM. Had ick
headache lacked abito, was worn-ot and
all r-dows. Burdoc BloodBitten mde
me a well wos."-M. Chas. Freitoy,
Moomp, Com.

Estimate of Crop.
(St. Peteraburg Independent.)
The following is the estimate of the
crop to be shipped from here within
the next few weeks, and Albert Wil
ton, the manager of the St. Petersburg
Vegetable Growers' Association, has
written the commission men to get of-
fers t. o. b. for the produce: 3,500
barrels Irish potatoes, 100 acres water-
melons, 1,000 crates beans, 4,000
crates beans, 4,000 crates tomatoes,
1.000 crates squash, 500 crates celery,
500 crates beans, 4,500 crates cukes,
1,000 crates cantaloupes. A large
amount of the finest cabbage; some
egg plant etc., etc.

An explosion of gasoline Thursday
night at Egmont Key at the entrance
to Tampa bay upon which Fort De
Soto is located resulted in the destruc-
tion of three buildings at Pilot station,
probably fatally burning Mark Ryan,
a soldier, and seriously burning Capt
Ira Washington, a pilot. The fire
was checked before the fortifications
and officers' quarters were endanger-
ed.

sIee Reward *100.
The readers of this paper will be pleased
to learn that there is at least one dreadful
disease that science has been able to cure in
all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Ca-
tarrh Cure is the only positive cure known
to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease requires a constitu-
tionai treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
taken internally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the system.
thereby destroying the foundation of the dis-
ease. and giving the patient strength in
building up the uonstitutior. and assisting
nature in doing its work. The proprietors
have so much faith in its curative powers,
that they offer One Hundred dollars for any
case that it fails to cure. Se,-nd for list of tes-
timonials.
Address. F. J. CHENEY & At).. Toledo, O.
Sold hby Dnrugists. 75u.
Hall's Family Pills are the beet

Sheriff's Sale
I'nder :tud by virtue of an execution issued
out of the circuit court in and for Brevard
county. Florida. upon an attachment and
judgment in the court of the county judge of
Brevard couatyi. Florida. wherein P. A. Mc-
Miil:sn is plaintiff" antd Harld I. Smith is de-
fendant. I will sell to the hlahest and btst
hidder f.,r ca.-ia !.effrr the court o,,use door in
Titua\ille ci. Monday. the fin.t clay of .Tune.
i**. t-etw-eel; the Ilgal house of. sale. the land
', Harold I. .'mith. levied upon and attached,
in ..tiid ,>uit. t,-wit: All that tract of land ly-
in, in Hrecvar- county. Florida. to-wit.
A1 t!:re ,iI -th:rd uir!ivi;dd int-restt of ,aid
Haroldt Smith in and to that tru-t of land
:e*cribed in deed book "W." page310. records
of Brevard county. Flori0da. which is d'-
seribed ;I'. follows:
Ke-inninii at the- .,uthwest garner of the
Iilian riv,'r in line with a cros in a rcnk.
thelli-'- runninge eat northc-rly in line witli
lt'lid IsoW owintd ley ('isarloette Fientain to the
itauiana river. thenlce- irtherly with .aidl river
ah,.milt twelve iiul.!r,-d :ind ftorty-Gfiv 124..
f-e*, t'. a mark or '-r.r. in a r,,-ck an'l to laictl
of.'da rolr,,z .Teii-. thence i,.wst -l1n hei-ly ili line
with a 'i-. in the ro. k to lidian river thence'
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Coe-aee"e m-ade at Miam- with lstea hipe of the and S. (.t ual auy. for
Coamueets made at Knllhts Kev Dock for Key West and Havana. In r. t *ai g.
saThee TIME TABLES show the times at which train* may he expre.i* *l .r-
ri* *i depart from the several station; but their arrival or departuree at I.e eIinses
stated it oe4tguar-t d., or does the Compeay hold Itself responsiBble for aiy tld lar
or any coasqunyee arislam therefrom.
Ior Cpy of the Loal Time Card or Other Info, min ion
.s Eis THS TaICrlJ IT A GE N'rT."
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Sores. Stiff Joints, Comtracted Muscla, iLa
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One Who Knows.
J. 0. Scott, Salt Lake C'.v, Utah. writes; I cAnnot
too0 hih-ly praieo your Ballard's Snow I.iniue.nt for
t. r. li:-f 0f acute rheumati-in, caused by sudden 'chano
an:d ,.xposuroto the wcaTh,.r. I also r'-c.m.e,.ud \~.ur
Ballrd; s ILorehund t Syrup for coughs and t~ld*.
T~.c ...- .'d together defy aUll pain.
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